Historical performances of DOW since 1979. Also follows a brief analytical study giving a view on behavioral pattern of DOW.The following slides only shows glimpses of DOW. To understand the details and latest developments; visit our website IEDForum or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org / 8108-310-310
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The term "Dow" is used to mean the Dow Jones Industrial Average, an index of 30 blue chip stocks that serves as the most widely used measure of the U.S. stock market. Best-known for the Dow Jones Industrial Average, Dow Jones Indexes offers more than 130,000 equity indexes as well as fixed-income and alternative indexes, including measures of hedge funds, commodities and real estate.
Often referred to as "the Dow", the DJIA is the oldest and single most watched index in the world. The DJIA includes companies like General Electric, Disney, Exxon and Microsoft. When the TV networks say "the market is up today", they are generally referring to the Dow. This company publishes the Wall Street Journal, the largest business and finance publication in the world.
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