Wednesday, 22 October 2014

DJ Industrial Average

INDEX : DJI

16,615
21 Oct 14 00:00
Change:
 215.14
Open:
16,406
High:
16,621
Ask:
0
Volume:
105,114,896
Change(%):
1.31
Prev:
16,400
Low:
16,406
Bid:
0
Open Int:
0
Latest News
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    04:56 | 22/10/14
    ETF Daily News
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  • Existing Home Sales Jump To Highest Since Sept 2013 [Dow Jones Industrial ...

    04:11 | 22/10/14
    ETF Daily News
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  • Just Stop Looking At The Dow Jones Index Already

    21:15 | 21/10/14
    Seeking Alpha (registration)
    The Dow Jones Industrial Average is perhaps the most quoted and well-known index in the financial world. While it served a purpose 100 years ago, its use today is just as flawed, as it is helpful. more»
  • How the Dow Jones Industrial Average Did Monday

    10:00 | 21/10/14
    ABC News
    U.S. stock prices moved quietly higher Monday as investors decided to step back into a market that was rattled by turbulence last week. more»
  • Dow held back after IBM's big miss

    01:19 | 21/10/14
    USA TODAY
    Stocks are mixed Monday, with the Dow dinged by a big profit miss from IBM. As of 1:20 p.m. ET the Dow Jones industrial average is off 0.2%, a loss of 24 points. The blue-chip index dove about 100 points just after the 9:30 a.m. opening bell, with Dow ... 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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