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When was Dow Jones Industrial Average created?


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Dow Jones Industrial Average was created in 1896.

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average was created on May 26, 1896 and is named after Charles Dow and Edward Jones.


In 1884, Charles Dow created the Dow Jones Average. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was then created by the same man in May of 1886. The average was made up of 12 stocks.


You need at least two values to find an average between them.orThe Dow Jones Industrial Average, also called the Industrial Average, the Dow Jones, the Dow Jones Industrial, the Dow 30, or simply the Dow, is a stock market index, and one of several indices created by Wall Street Journal editor and Dow Jones & Companyco-founder Charles Dow.


I don't think Dow Jones has an abbreviation, however, Dow Jones Industrial Average is DJI or DJIA. Global Dow Jones Industrial Average is INDEXDJX:.DJI.



Charles H. Dow (1851-1902) introduced the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) in 1896


The symbol for the Dow Jones Industrial Average in the Scottrade system is DJI or $DJI


The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 9.336.93 on October 31, 2008.


The Dow Jones Industrial average first opened in 1896


The Dow Jones Industrial average is a price weighted index.


Dow Jones Utility Average was created in 1929.


Dow Jones Transportation Average was created in 1884.


The Dow Jones Industrial Average was founded in May 1896. It is based on thirty large companies that trade in the US and the average is created by weighting the stock prices to get a realistic overal value.


Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 381.17 on Sep 03, 1929Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 230.07 on Oct 29, 1929


At the moment the Dow Jones Industrial Average ranges around 12,000 which is a high increase from its almost nonresistant average in 1900s.


The Dow Jones (DJIA) consists of 30 stocks.


The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 9.336.93 on October 31, 2008.


Dow Jones is less commonly known as Dow Jones Industrial Common. Dow Jones is a stock market index, created by Charles Henry Dow.


Yes, the Dow Jones Industrial Index is a price weighted index.


The Dow Jones Industrial Average is an average of 30 companies' stock and is often used as a way to determine how the stock market is doing.However, there is criticism of whether this is an accurate representation of the overall stock market, as there are more stocks.The DOW Jones industrial average is currently sitting at 14018.70. This changes daily and stops as the market closes.The Dow Jones Industrial Average, or the Dow, is a stock market index. Along with NASDAQ, it is a highly watched company in the stock market industry.


There is not really a stock symbol for the Dow Jones Industrial Average as it is simply an average composed of (and tracks) 30 different large/diverse American companies. However, there is a symbol/security that tracks the Dow Jones Industrial Average and moves in direct correlation with it, and that is "DIA". Basically speaking, if the Dow Jones goes up 1%, then the DIA will be up 1%.


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The Dow Jones Industrial Average is a scaled average of the thirty (30) most widely-held stocks in America.


Charles H. Dow (1851-1902) introduced the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) in 1896 when the market was not considered a respectable venture because of unscrupulous dealers, massive speculation, and the lack of information.



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