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After a choppy start to the week, U.S. investors were more upbeat on Tuesday, as stock futures pointed higher ahead of fresh trade data and key meetings on Greece’s future. Futures for the …
stream.marketwatch.com · BySara Sjolin · 6 hours ago
"What gets weak tends to get weaker; what gets strong tends to get stronger." Which four stocks in the US Dow Jones Industrial Average are "really weak" right now, so weak that they are downtrending and pushing to brand new 52-week lows? Let's …
istock Analyst · 7/2/2015
The 30 Dow Jones stocks have a market capitalization of some $5.5 trillion, out of a S&P 500 Index of $7+ trillion. Most investment professionals take the S&P as their market benchmark. Figure 1 makes it clear that the two indexes travel together most of ...
Seeking Alpha · 5/8/2015
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We also showed the DJIA laggards as the five worst-performing DJIA stocks so far in 2013. Now we are making a list of the five best-performing DJIA stocks so far this year. Frankly, the names of the gainers were more surprising than the laggards.
Yahoo Finance · 10/18/2013
Wall Street: Dow Jones has seen a nice recovery off its credit crisis lows of March 2009. In the last 4.5 years it’s up about 138%. Don’t you wish you had bought stocks on the 09 March 2009 bottom? It’s easy to say that today, but in March 2009 ...
Live Trading News · 10/27/2013
Apple will be added to the Dow Jones Industrial Average later this month, a new major distinction on Wall Street for the world's most valuable company. Apple will replace AT&T on the Dow, according to the S&P Dow Jones Indices, which owns the DJIA.
Apple Insider · ByNeil Hughes · 3/6/2015
Apple will be joining the Dow Jones Industrial Average taking wireless carrier AT&T’s spot on the famed stock market index, CNBC reports. The change will take place in just under two weeks at the end of trading on March 18th. The Dow is heavily viewed ...
9 to 5 Mac · 3/6/2015
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL ) has been conspicuously missing from the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJINDICES: ^DJI ) for some time now, as it's been the first- or second-largest company by market cap since 2010. After its just-announced stock split, Apple
The Motley Fool · ByDan Dzombak · 4/24/2014
How safe is it to invest in Dow stocks? You’re probably looking for a direct answer, but too much depends on the Federal Reserve and whatever its current interest rate policy is. This shouldn’t be the case, but that’s the world we live in.
Investopedia · 5/20/2015
The election behind them, U.S. investors dumped stocks Wednesday and turned their focus to a world of problems — economically harmful tax increases and spending cuts at home and a deepening recession in Europe. The Dow Jones industrial average
OregonLive · 11/7/2012