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Answered 2020-06-02 23:32:21

What was the Dow Jones on election day 2016?

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The last trading day in November 2008 was the 28th. The closing price of the Dow Jones Industials Average was 8,829.04http://blog.rebeltraders.net



No it doesn't because on Boxing day not all the shops are open.


This year (2016), it is the same day as the Presidential elections, Nov.8th.


The Dow Jones index has been fluctuating this past week. In the past 2 days alone, the Dow has dropped significantly, over 400 points each day. This morning it also began with a drop.


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On "Black Tuesday", October 29, 1929. The day Dow Jones crashed.


The general election for a president is held every four years, on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November. In 2012, election day will be November 6. In 2016, election day will be November 8.


Monitoring the Dow Jones Industrial index live throughout the day is possible on the web. Sites such as Live Charts, Market Watch, and the CNN Money site on the web.


November 8, 2016 is election day when the people vote for president.


Election Day in the US for 2016 is November 8. By late that night or early the next the morning, you should expect to know who the next president will be unless the vote is very close.


In 2016, election day will be November 8. The general election for a president is held every four years, on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November.


Try marketwatch.com or investors.com or go to a library and get the newspaper for the following day.


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.


The Dow Jones Industrials Average crashed 777.68 points on September 29, 2008, the largest drop ever. The average lost 6.98% of its value that day.


It was closed that day. For other dates go to www.dowjonesclose.com


Election day is the first Tuesday in November unless November 1 falls on Tuesday. In that case the election is moved to November 8. Presidential elections in the US are held every four years in years that are divisible by four. Congressmen and Senators are also elected on this same day. The next presidential election is set for November 8, 2016.


In the United States, federal Election day is the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November. The next federal election will be November 8, 2016. Presidential elections are held in years divisible by 4. Congressional elections are held in years divisible by 2.


Your question cannot be answered because you did not put the date in your question. See Related Links below to get historical prices for the Dow Jones such as the open, close, high, and low for the day dating back to 1970. Simply type in the date you are looking for.


The 2016 presidential election, the United States 58th presidential election, will be held on November 8th, 2016. On that day, the successor to President Obama will be elected by the American people and will become the 45th president of the United States. Whoever is elected on November 8th, 2016 will take Obama's place as president on January 20th, 2017.


The markets were closed on New Year's Day, but the Dec 31 close was 8776.39 and Jan 2 closed at 9034.69.



No, it is closed for Columbus Day. Wrong. The NYSE and Nasdaq are both open for trading on Columbus Day, Oct 13 2008. You can find info on their websites concerning all holiday closures.


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Presidents' Day was February 15, 2016.



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