Tuesday, 17 January 2017

DJ Industrial Average

INDEX : DJI

19,886
13 Jan 17 00:00
Change:
 5.27
Open:
19,913
High:
19,952
Ask:
0
Volume:
0
Change(%):
0.03
Prev:
19,891
Low:
19,849
Bid:
0
Open Int:
0
Latest News
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    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»
  • The Dow Jones Industrial Average Is Focused on the Financials

    02:07 | 14/1/17
    Investorplace.com
    On Thursday, the stock market suffered a mild decline, but the morning was dominated by selling of the shares of banks. Earnings of the largest banks will be reported today, and investors, many of whom bought at lower prices, took profits in advance of ... more»
  • Dow 20000 will be 'a rally you can sell,' market strategist says

    11:34 | 13/1/17
    CNBC
    Once the Dow Jones industrial average hits 20,000, don't expect momentum to power it even higher, market strategist Paul Schatz told CNBC on Thursday. more»
  • Here's Why Dow 20K Won't Happen Any Time Soon

    01:02 | 13/1/17
    ETF Daily News (blog)
    The Dow Jones Industrial Average has led the dollar higher since the November election with a correlation above 0.85, but a potential problem for dollar bulls has emerged as two technical indicators show the blue-chip index's recent surge will leave it ... more»
  • Dow futures slip as Trump rally comes into question

    23:16 | 12/1/17
    MarketWatch
    U.S. stock futures lost altitude Thursday, putting the Dow on track to give up much of the prior day's gain as the market focuses on a lack of policy detail in President-elect Donald Trump's first formal news conference. 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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