Dow Jones Industrial Average Hits New Intraday Highs; Here Are the Top Stories
The Dow Jones Industrial Average soared to a new intraday record Monday as shares small-cap and technology stocks rebounded from their recent losses. Caterpillar Inc. (NYSE: CAT) continues to drive the exchange higher, as it is the only stock on the Dow that is up double-digits this year.Here are the top stories you can’t miss.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average Flat Today on Ukraine Concerns
The Dow Jones Industrial Average was flat on Friday as the market looks ahead to a critical succession vote by Pro-Russian loyalists in the Ukraine. Unimpressive jobs data also played a factor in the markets' performance.
Here are the closing numbers:
DOW: 16,583.34, +0.2%Now here are the top stories from today’s trading session.
S&P 500: 1,878.47, +0.15%
NASDAQ: 4,071.87, +0.5%
How the Dow Jones Industrial Average Did Today
Here are today's closing numbers:
DOW: 16,551.23; +0.2%Now check out the top 10 stories from today’s trading session.
S&P 500: 1,875.66; -0.1%
NASDAQ: 4,051.50; -0.4%
Dow Jones Industrial Average Today Rises on Fed News; Here Are the Top Stories
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose today.Here are the closing numbers, plus the top market news you can’t miss.
Why the Dow Jones Industrial Average Slumped Today
The Dow Jones Industrial Average slumped 0.78% to close at 16,401.02 on Tuesday on news that Ukraine casualties continued to rise. Adding to the decline was the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development's (OECD) decision to slash its 2014 global growth forecast from 3.6% to 3.4%.Here’s your post-market report of today’s major financial news…
The S&P 500 finished down 0.90% to close at 1,867.72 points. The Nasdaq Composite also finished down, closing at 4,080.76 points for a 1.38% loss.
Dow Jones Industrial Average Ticked Upward Today on Positive Economic Data
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose marginally today (Monday) after strong manufacturing data outshone concerns over geopolitical problems in Ukraine. It gained 17.66 points (0.11%) to finish at 16,530.55.Here's your post-market report of today's major financial news.
Dow Jones Today: Markets Slip on Jobless Rate, Ukrainian Tensions
Dow Jones Today: The markets slid on Friday despite the fact that the unemployment rate slipped to a five-year low.Here’s your recap of today’s major market events.
The jobless rate fell to 6.3%, beating expectations of 6.6%. In April, the U.S. economy created 288,000 jobs, but the labor participation rate slipped to 62.8% from 63.2%.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 46.04 points to finish at 16,512.83. The S&P 500 slid 2.56 points to close at 1,881.12, while the Nasdaq was down 3.55 points to finish at 4,123.90.
Dow Jones Industrial Average Slips on Higher Jobless Claims, Ukraine Concerns
The Dow Jones Industrial Average slid 21.97 points to finish at 16,558.87 on Thursday on news that jobless claims were higher than expected and the International Monetary Fund committed $17 billion to stabilize the Ukrainian economy.
The S&P 500 was down 0.27 points to finish at 1,883.68, while the Nasdaq was up 12.90 points, closing at 4,127.45.Here’s your recap of today’s major market events.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average Today Hits Record High; Here Are the Top Stories
The Dow Jones Industrial Average today hit a record high for the first time in 2014.
The index closed at 16,580.84 (0.3% higher than the previous close).Here's your recap of today's major market events.
Dow Jones Today: Markets Rise on Easing Geopolitical Tensions
Dow Jones Today: Markets roared again on Tuesday on easing geopolitical tensions in Eastern Europe and stronger earnings results. The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 86.63 points to 16,535.37. The S&P 500 was up 8.9 points to finish at 1,878.33, and the Nasdaq rose 29.14 points to finish at 4,103.54.Here's your recap of today's major market events...
Dow Jones Today Gained with BAC, NEM, and AZN in Focus
The Dow Jones today was topsy-turvy, surging in early morning trading on increased M&A activity, only to turn down sharply after lunchtime. It finished up 0.53% to 16,447 points. The Nasdaq ended flat, down 0.03% to 14,074 points and the S&P 500 was up 0.32% to 1,869 points.Here's your recap of today's major market events...
Dow Jones Today: Markets Slammed on Amazon, Ford’s Friday Slump
Dow Jones Today: A sharp Friday selloff turned markets negative for the week. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 139.87 points to finish the week at 16,361.78. The Nasdaq dropped 72.78 points to finish at 4,075.56 and the S&P 500 was down 15.20 points to close at 1,863.41.
Consumer discretionary stocks like Amazon.com Inc. and Ford Motor Co. were off big in afternoon trading. Ford announced quarterly profits fell by 39% due to an increased allocation of money to fix defects and currency devaluations in South America.
In addition, uncertainty over Russia’s decision on how to handle Ukraine is wearing on investors.Here’s your recap of today’s major market events...
Dow Jones Today: Alibaba IPO Has Wall Street in a Frenzy
The Nasdaq rose this afternoon on Apple Inc.'s (Nasdaq: AAPL) strong quarterly earnings. Though the three major U.S. stock indexes opened higher, the markets slid from their intraday highs.
Most of the volatility stems from concerns over Russian military drills starting on the Ukrainian border.Here's your recap of today's major market events...
Dow Jones Today: Markets Snap Out of Winning Streak
U.S. stocks slid on the Dow Jones today (Wednesday). The index lost 0.08% to close at 16,501.65. The Standard and Poor's 500 Index and the Nasdaq Composite were both unable to deliver a seventh consecutive winning session. The S&P dropped 0.22% to close at 1,875.39, while the Nasdaq fell 0.83% to finish at 4,126.97.
Despite the downturn, it was an extremely busy day on Wall Street and in the financial world, especially for tech giant Amazon and coffee king Starbucks.Here's a recap of major events affecting U.S. markets today...
The Dow Jones Industrial Average Is a Big Lie
Tag page copy: The Dow Jones Industrial Average is the most inaccurate and distorted of all stock indices - and yet it remains the most followed stock market index.
Many of the Dow's flaws are well-known, but that hasn't stopped people who should know better from following its every move.There are plenty of reasons why the retail investor needs to take the Dow Jones Industrial Average with a grain of salt - and at least one of them will surprise you.