Shares of Royal Caribbean Group RCL, +7.34% charged up 6.1% toward a one-year high in premarket trading, putting them on track for the longest win streak in nearly four years, as hopes for a faster post-COVID recovery fueled by a continued boost from the Federal Reserve prompted a broad-market rally. The stock has now rallied Tk during a seven-session win streak, which would be the longest such streak since it rose for nine straight days in April 2017. On Monday, the cruise operator reported a narrower-than-expected fourth-quarter loss, although revenue fell more than forecast. “While bookings remain below historical levels, we have been constantly impressed and humbled with a number of cruises booked throughout this extended out-of-service period,” said Chief Financial Officer Jason Liberty, according to a FactSet transcript. “It’s clear that a lot of people want to cruise.” Meanwhile, shares of fellow cruise operators Carnival Corp. CCL, +2.08% climbed 3.6% and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. NCLH, +9.26% surged 8.2%, while the S&P 500 SPX, +1.14% rallied 1.0%.