The surging Dow Jones Industrial Average could see some component stocks split shares. Dow Jones’s Robert Tita reports: “As Caterpillar breaches $100, investors shouldn’t be shocked if the construction equipment maker soon …
Subprime financial crisis-related events would ultimately become responsible for five out of the top ten biggest single-day …
Major U.S. stock market indexes shot abruptly downward less than two hours ahead of President Barack Obama’s Thursday announcement the U.S. would extend sanctions against Russia for the nation’s alleged “cyberoperations …
Earlier this week, the Dow Jones Industrial Average hit twenty-thousand points — the first time the famed stock market index has reached that level since its inception in 1896. The twenty-thousand-point landmark is arbitrary and …
On Wednesday Dow Jones Industrial Average traded within the range of 17,168.61-17,314.99. The benchmark closed at 17,168.61, falling 0.28% (48.50 points) on a daily basis, while extending the loss from Tuesday. The daily high has …
Dow Jones & Company stockholders approved a recapitalization proposal yesterday at the company's annual meeting. The plan would virtually insure long-term control of the company by the Bancroft family, which now owns about 56 …
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But that changed last week; with the Dow Jones closing every day at a new all-time high with trading volume increasing in a big way. Look at the chart below. What does this mean? I believe it’s a strong indication the public is returning to the …
The main reasons for Alcoa's eviction seem to be its low stock price and the company's diminishing role in an economy that has moved away from heavy manufacturing over the years. Also, Alcoa's market value of $8.5 billion is easily the …
Crash Coming for Dow Jones Industrial Average? The Dow Jones Industrial Average is soaring after a rough start to the year. Is it time to buy? Don’t be too quick to judge—risks of a major stock market crash in 2016 still remain. There …