Consumers put any worries about the economy in the rearview mirror as auto sales have their strongest showing in more than five years. Can the sales pace continue?GHARIB: And pension pinch. Stockton, California`s bankruptcy has put the nation`s pension troubles in the spotlight once again. What you need to know.All that and more coming up.Good evening, everyone. Well, Tyler, another day of new milestones on Wall Street.MATHISEN: You would think we were back in the first quarter of 2013, wouldn`t you?It was another day of records for U.S. blue chip stocks.The Dow and the S&P 500 finished at all-time closing highs, driven by gains in health carecompanies, by strong U.S. factory orders, and by word that European officials had given Cyprusan extra year until 2017 to get its budget in shape. That sent European shares roughly 2 percenthigher in the major markets and gains there spilled over here into the U.S.U.S. stocks were little affected by a mid-day speech by an Atlanta Fed President DennisLockhart. He said the Central Bank may be able to trim its bond-buying stimulus plan by year end if the economy picks up.At the close, the Dow was up about 89 points, as you see there at 14,662. The NASDAQcomposite higher by almost 16 at 3,254 and change. And the S&P 500 was eight points high at1570.25.GHARIB: Well, automakers saw strong sales for the month of March. At this rate, 15million cars would be sold this year. Still, that`s about 2 million from the industry peak. Astrengthening economy is seen as just one of the many reasons.Phil LeBeau has all the numbers.