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Dow Jones Industrial Average
What is the largest one day increase on a point basis for the New York Stock Exchange?
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What is the largest one day decline on a point basis for the New York Stock Exchange?
the largest one day decline in New York Stock Exchange were 508 basis points, happened on Monday 19th October 1987. NAZAKAT ULLAH KHAN Planning Division, Pak Secretariat, Islamabad the largest one day decline in New York Stock Exchange were 508 basis points, happened on Monday 19th October 1987. NAZAKAT ULLAH KHAN Planning Division, Pak Secretariat, Islamabad ...
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What is the largest one day decline on a pecentage basis for the New York Stock Exchange?
The largest percentage decline for a broad stock market index occurred on November 19, 1987. The Dow Jones Industrial average fell sharply by 508.32 points to close down 22.6% for the day. ...
Asked in Stock Market, Index Funds and ETFs, Stocks
What are method use in Stock Exchange for calculation Index?
The stock exchange index is a relative measure of the performance of all or a number of stocks that are traded on a stock exchange. it incorporates the return on stocks, their volumes traded and the shares outstanding. there can be a number of indices relating to a single stock exchange that incorporates the returns on a number of companies. they can also be differentiated on the basis of the return on different industries. ...
Asked in Business & Finance, New York, Stock Market, IBM
Is the Bombay stock exchange a listed exchange as is the New York Stock Exchange?
This is actually quite a technical question. "Listed exchange" can bear a general meaning and a technical (legal) meaning. On the basis that "listed exchange" generally means, as widely understood in the financial world, a stock exchange which (i) is regulated by market disclosure, insider dealing, entry qualification etc. requirements in common with international standards, (ii) offers sufficient liquidity to attract international investors, then the answer is yes, the Bombay Stock Exchange is a listed exchange. However, "listed exchange" and similar terms bear...
Asked in Business Accounting and Bookkeeping
Is the cost concept the basis for entering the exchange price into the accounting records?
That statement is true. The cost concept is the basis for entering the exchange price into the accounting records. ...
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What cost basis of stock acquired by transfer on death when it is sold?
Stock transferred at death receives a cost basis that is stepped up to the value on the date of death. ...
Asked in Stock Market
Introduction of stock exchange market in India?
A Stock Exchange is the place where investors go to buy/sell their shares Once a company's public offering is complete, it gets listed in a stock exchange. After listing it would be available for trading to all investors in the stock exachanges where they are listed. In India we have two major stock exchanges. They are: 1. The National Stock Exchange (NSE) & 2. The Bombay Stock Exchanges (BSE) National Stock Exchange: The NSE is India's largest and the worlds third largest stock exchange in...
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What is the cost basis of Lucent stock spun off in 1995?
The cost basis after the spin off was 27.99. In addition, the at-cost basis was at 72.01 of previous basis. ...
Asked in Business & Finance, Accountants
Why do stockholders invest their money in corporations?
A Stockholder is already invested in a corporation. When you purchase a stock you become a shareholder of that corporation. When a company becomes listed on a stock exchange or goes public the corporation issues shares or stock. Each stock represents a share in the company. You, the stock holder, becomes a partial owner of the company on a per share basis. If your question is why do investors invest in corporations through stock ownership the answer is simple. A person buys...
What is difference between 1 percent increase and 100 basis point increase?
The difference between these increases is that 1% increase gives the 101% increase of the original amount of points while 100% basis increase gives the 200% increase of the original amount of points. ...
What market is stocks purchased?
Stocks can be purchased from 2 markets Primary Market - Where shares are being offered for the first time to the public by means of an IPO Secondary Market - Where shares are traded on a daily basis after the stock is sold through IPO and it gets listed in a registered stock exchange ...
What is the history of Indian share trading market?
Indian Share Market started functioning from 1875. The name of the first share trading association in India was Native Share and Stock Broker's Association which later came to be known as Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). This association began with 318 members. Indian Share Market mainly consists of two main stock exchanges :- Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) National Stock Exchange (NSE) Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Bombay Stock Exchange is the oldest stock exchange not only in India but in entire Asia. Its history...
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What is the largest one day increase on a percentage basis for any one stock?
This is difficult to determine, and there have been some enormous percentage increases for ultra cheap stocks on the over-the-counter exchanges. But, the biggest percentage gainer for an IPO is VA Linux in 1999. It was priced at $30 a share and then ended the trading day at $239.25, a 698% gain. ...
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What cost basis should I use to figure out capital gain for stock which was a gift?
If the fair market value (FMV) of the stock was greater than the donor's adjusted basis at the time of the gift, your basis is the donor's adjusted basis plus any gift taxes paid at the time of the gift. http://www.irs.gov/faqs/faq-kw77.html ...
If you received 600 from a client on account where would you post it?
It depends on whether the client owes you money and what basis of accounting you use. If the client owes you money and you use the accrual basis then it posts as an increase (debit) to Cash and a decrease (credit) to accounts receivable. If they are paying in advance for future work then it's an increase (debit) to cash and a increase (credit) to deferred revenue. If you are on cash basis then you increase cash and revenue. ...