Thursday, 19 January 2017

DJ Industrial Average

INDEX : DJI

19,786
18 Jan 17 00:00
Change:
 41.24
Open:
19,823
High:
19,828
Ask:
0
Volume:
0
Change(%):
0.21
Prev:
19,827
Low:
19,739
Bid:
0
Open Int:
0
Latest News
  • Dow Jones Industrial Average Down as Trump Drops Dollar, Bank Stocks Struggle

    10:39 | 18/1/17
    Nasdaq
    The Dow Jones Industrial Average was staring at a triple-digit deficit earlier, as President-elect Donald Trump's less-than-encouraging comments on the U.S. more»
  • The Dow Continues To Lag Tech-Focused Nasdaq

    02:53 | 18/1/17
    ETF Daily News (blog)
    The ARMS Index ended Friday at 1.4, a bearish reading. The NDX continued its upside move last week making new highs, the DJIA and SPX were consolidating the prior week's gains. For the week, the DJIA fell 0.3%, the SPX slipped 2 points, and the NDX ... more»
  • Tech stocks outpace the Dow as it eyes 20000

    03:01 | 17/1/17
    The Mercury News
    SAN JOSE - Wall Street is googly eyed over the Dow's march toward 20,000 points, but so far in 2017, tech stocks have outpaced the high-profile Dow Jones industrial average with little fanfare. The Dow has risen in 2017, but only by a modest 0.6 percent. more»
  • The Dow Jones — a flawed measure but with a rich history

    02:38 | 17/1/17
    Financial Times
    The Dow Jones is the most famous stock market measure in the world, but its full title - the Dow Jones Industrial Average - suggests reasons why it is no longer regarded as a benchmark by market professionals. more»
  • Is A Stock Market Crash Looming? These Charts Say No

    00:53 | 16/1/17
    ETF Daily News (blog)
    The SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average ETF (NYSE:DIA) closed at $198.70 on Friday, down $0.05 (-0.03%). Year-to-date, the only ETF tied to the DJIA has gained 0.60%, versus a 1.57% rise in the benchmark S&P 500 index during the same period. more»
1 CommentNovice 0  0
05 Aug 11 04:24
The only way out of this is to inflate. The model is allready there, it doesn't have to be invented to deal to this kind of recession. Do as they did in the 80's world economy, which means allow inflation to dig the way out of this mess. It's the only solution that will keep people employed.

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