The Dow Jones Industrial average first opened in 1896
IBM was first added to the DOW Jones Industrial Average on May 26, 1932. When was IBM stock's first trade date?
The Dow Jones Industrial Average opened at 11577.43 on January 3, 2011 (the first trading day of 2011). It closed at 12217.56 on December 30, 2011 (the last trading day of the year). This means the return was approximately 5.53 % for the year of 2011.
March 29, 1999 pch answer order: 28-Mar-99
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 9,034.69 on January 2, 2009. It was above 9000 for the first time since November 2008. Source: CNNMoney.com Market Report 02-01-09
The Dow Jones Industrial Average originally began following the average of 12 companies. They were:General ElectricAmerican Cotton Oil CompanyAmerican Sugar CompanyAmerican Tobacco CompanyChicago Gas CompanyDistilling & Cattle Feeding CompanyLaclede Gas CompanyNational Lead CompanyNorth American CompanyTennessee Coal, Iron, and Railroad CompanyU.S. Leather CompanyUnited States Rubber CompanyAs of today, only General Electric remains in the current Dow Jones Industrial Index.
I think England is the first country went through the industrial evolution first, also it is the first country where first industrial revolution happened.
Manchester, England, is seen as the first industrial city because it was the first city to be dominated by industrial factories.
What is the industrial application of first law of thermodynamics?
it was in the first industrial revolution.
Because it takes about 4 seconds to first ,that is close.
The industrial revolution, first in Great Britain.
It cost close to $400 dollars on average, with some as expensive as $3000.
Your choice if you are addressing an envelope. Usually it would be the lady's name first. (Susan & Bob Jones) If Bob is your close friend and you don't know Susan, it's ok to make it Bob & Susan Jones. If they sign a legal document the husband's name is first.
Steam power was a major innovation in the first Industrial Revolution.
NYSE is not a stock or even a measured average. Did you mean the Dow Jones Industrial Average? That is what people typically refer to if they say the market is up or down. Dow Jones Industrial Average: Jan 2, 1920: 108.76 Sept 29, 2011: 11,153.98 So, if you bought $100 into a Dow tracking fund (not sure they existed in 1920), it would be worth about $10,255. There are two caveats, first you'd owe capital gains when you sold it and second $100 in 1920 was a lot of money, According to the difference in the CPI, $100 in 1920 is worth roughly $1000 today: Historical value of money comparison site: http://www.measuringworth.com/uscompare/
The first industrial PC was released in 1984 by IBM. It was called 5331 Industrial Computer. An industrial computer is mainly used for process control and data management purposes.
The very first Junie B. Jones book was "Junie B. Jones and The Stupid Smelly Bus."
t was the first industry to benefit significantly from the industrial revolution?
The textile and cloth making industries were the first to be impacted by the industrial revolution.
why were canals important in the first industrial revolution what problem did they solve and how was this accomplished
Glen Johnson was the first boxer to knock Roy Jones out.
Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) was the first Indiana Jones movie.
No Mr Jones was not the first man to walk on the moon.
The Industrial Revolution was divided into two distinct parts: the First Industrial Revolution, and the Second Industrial Revolution.