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Dow Jones Average
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American economist and publisher who with Edward D. Jones (1856-1920) established Dow Jones & Company, Inc. (1882), a publisher of financial bulletins. In 1889 he founded the Wall Street Journal. American chemist and manufacturer who developed and patented more than 100 chemical processes and founded the Dow Chemical Company (1897). Dow Chemical Co. Dow Jones average Dow Herbert Henry
{i} family name; Herbert Henry Dow (1866-1930), American chemist and industrialist who established the Dow Chemical Company in 1897
{i} ship with triangular sails (used in Arabia and India)
A kind of vessel
Dow Chemical Co
Leading U.S. petrochemical company that manufactures chemicals, pharmaceuticals, consumer goods, paint, and many other products for industrial and home use. It was founded in 1897 by the chemist Herbert H. Dow, initially as a bleach plant to use wastes produced by the Midland Chemical Co. It was incorporated with Midland Chemical and the Dow Process Co. in 1900. Dow's products have included a broad range of industrial chemicals and metals, plastics and packaging materials, and bioproducts, including mustard gas, napalm, Agent Orange, silicone breast implants, aspirin, plastic wrap, and Styrofoam
Dow Jones
stock market index which measures stocks traded on the American stock market
Dow Jones Average
a daily list of prices of shares on the American stock exchange, based on the daily average prices of 30 industrial shares. Stock price average computed by Dow Jones & Co. Founded in 1882 by Charles H. Dow (1851-1902) and Edward D. Jones (1856-1920), Dow Jones & Co. commenced publication of the Wall Street Journal in 1889 and began computing a daily industrials average in 1897. Dow Jones publishes averages based on 20 transportation stocks, 15 utility stocks, and 30 selected industrial stocks, as well as a composite average of all three; the industrial-stocks average is universally followed by U.S. and international investors. The company also publishes several bond averages. See also NASDAQ; stock exchange
Dow Jones Averages
A trademark used for three indexes of the relative price of selected industrial, transportation, and utility stocks based on a formula developed and periodically revised by Dow Jones & Company, Inc
Dow Jones Index
a daily list of prices of shares on the American Stock Exchange, based on the daily average prices of 30 industrial shares the FTSE Index
Dow Jones average
weighted average of price of stocks that are being traded on the American stock exchange
Dow theory
A theory of stock market forecasting based on price movements of selected industrial and transportation stocks
dow jones
The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) index, which reflects the movement of the world's first stock market It is composed of the 32 most traded stocks of the NYSE Currently there are three more Dow Jones Indexes The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) which is composed of 30 industrial stocks The Dow Jones Transport Average (DJTA) composed of 20 stocks belonging to the transport industry (by rail, land or air) and finally DJUA (Dow Jones Utility Average), which is composed of 15 stocks belonging to the electrical and gas sectors
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A reputable financial information services company The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) and the Dow Jones Transportation Average (DJTA) are two of several indexes monitored daily by the financial experts as overall indicators of stock market performance The Dow Jones Theory implies that a new market trend cannot be confirmed unless both indexes reach new highs or lows
dow jones
The Dow Jones Industrial Average This is an index of the New York Stock Exchange and is a basket of thirty shares, chosen to represent the economy, that provides an indication of the general movement of prices in the market
dow jones
an indicator of stock market prices; based on the share values of 30 blue-chip stocks listed on the New York Stock Exchange; "the Dow Jones Industrial Average is the most widely cited indicator of how the stock market is doing
dow jones industrial average
A widely quoted measure of stock market price movements of 30 large, seasoned industrial firms
dow jones industrial average
DJIA One of the oldest and most widely quoted market indicators The DJIA is made up of 30 blue chip stocks selected by the editors of the Wall Street Journal The DJIA is a price-weighted index That means that each stock's proportion in the index is determined by its price per share The higher the price, the more the stock contributes to the overall index
dow jones industrial average
Measure of the performance of the collection of 30 "blue-chip" stocks traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), considered the leaders of the market
dow jones industrial average
The oldest of the stock indexes and possibly the most quoted The average was began in 1896 by Charles Dow, a founder of the Wall Street Journal The index is composed of 30 widely held New York Stock Exchange listed stocks which provide an indication to investors of how the stock market is doing General Electric is the only stock in the index that was in the original index
dow jones industrial average
The average cost of 30 of the largest NYSE-listed stocks It's the most widely quoted indicator of the market's movement, but because it's so narrow (there are about 3000 stocks on the New York Stock Exchange), it doesn't truly portray broad market action
dow jones industrial average
The oldest, best known, and most widely quoted stock market index The DJIA reflects a price-weighted average of 30 actively traded blue chip stocks These 30 securities represent between 15-20% of the market value of the New York Stock Exchange traded stocks
dow jones industrial average
This is the best known U S index of stocks It contains 30 stocks that trade on the New York Stock Exchange The Dow, as it is called, is a barometer of how shares of the largest U S companies are performing There are thousands of investment indexes around the world for stocks, bonds, currencies and commodities
dow jones industrial average
The oldest, most popular, and most widely used indicator of the stock market's performance It consists of 30 blue chip industrial companies whose stocks trade on the New York Stock Exchange
dow jones industrial average
An unmanaged index which represents share prices of selected blue chip industrial corporations as well as public utility and transportation companies The DJIA indicates daily changes in the average price of stocks in any of its categories It also reports total sales for each group of industries Because it represents the top corporations of America, the DJIA's index movements are leading economic indicators for the stock market as a whole
dow jones industrial average
Often referred to as the Dow or DJIA, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is the best known and most widely reported indicator of the stock market's performance The Dow tracks the price changes of 30 large blue-chip stocks Their combined market value is equal to roughly 20% of the market value of all stocks listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) That said, the Dow is frequently criticized for lacking the breadth of the S&P 500, which accounts for more than 80% of NYSE's market value It is also a price-weighted index, weighting higher priced stocks more than lower priced ones The S&P 500 is market-capitalization weighted index, weighting the total market value of each stock's shares Some financial analysts believe a market-cap weighted index paints a more accurate picture of the stock market BACK TO TOP
dow jones industrial average
Abbreviation: DJIA; Dow A market average of 30 widely held NYSE-listed stocks Average is not weighted for capitalisation of the stocks It is computed by taking the sum of the prices of the 30 stocks & dividing by an adjusted denominator As the denominator gets smaller, the volatility in the Dow increases The DJIA is the world's most widely followed & quoted stock market index
dow jones industrial average
One of the most important and oldest stock market indicator representing an average of the stock prices of thirty top U S industrial corporations traded on the New York Stock Exchange
dow jones industrial average
A widely recognized stock-market index consisting of 30 of the largest New York Stock Exchange-listed stocks, as published by Dow Jones and Company
dow jones industrial average
(DJIA) a price-weighted average composed of 30 of the largest U S industrial companies, published by Dow Jones & Company
dow jones industrial average
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is an index to which the performance of individual stocks can be compared; it is a means of measuring the change in stock prices This index is a composite of 30 Blue Chip companies ranging from AT&T and Hewlett Packard to Kodak and Johnson & Johnson These 30 companies represent not just the United States; rather, they are companies involved with commerce on a global scale The DJIA is computed by adding the prices of these 30 stocks and dividing by an adjusted number which takes into account stock splits and other divisions that would interfere with the average Stocks represented on the Dow Jones Industrial Average make up between 15% and 20% of the market
dow jones industrial average
An average made up of 30 blue chip stocks that trade daily on the New York Stock Exchange The DJIA is used as an overall indicator of market performance although criticism is periodically raised over how it is calculated, as well as the fact that so few companies are included so that it may not be a truly representative indicator of market activity
dow jones industrial average
An average of the stock prices of thirty top US industrial corporations The Dow is viewed as the lead stock market indicator and a measure of how comfortable people are with investing in the markets
dow jones industrial average
weighted average of the prices of 30 stocks issued by large industrial firms actively traded on the New York Stock Exchange
dow jones industrial average
This is the best known U S index of stocks It contains 30 stocks that trade on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) The Dow is a barometer of how shares of the largest U S companies are performing There are thousands of investment indexes around the world for stocks, bonds, currencies, and commodities FOR MORE INFORMATION
dow jones industrial average
The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) is an index used to measure the performance of the U S financial markets Introduced on May 26, 1896 by Charles H Dow, it is the oldest stock price measure in continuous use Over the past century "the Dow" has become the most widely recognized stock market indication in the U S and probably in the entire world The 30 stocks included in today's Dow are listed on the New York Stock Exchange and are all large blue-chip companies that reflect the health of the U S economy
dow jones industrial average
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is a price weighted average of 30 blue-chip stocks that are generally the leaders in their industries and are listed on the New York Stock Exchange The Dow represents about 25% of the NYSE market capitalization and less than 2% of NYSE issues
dow jones industrial average
"The Dow," which tracks the movement of 30 of the largest blue-chip stocks traded on the New York Stock Exchange, is the oldest and most widely quoted U S stock market index When the media report that "the market" is up or down by a significant number of points on a given day, they are referring only to the performance of the stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which includes such giants as IBM, Coca-Cola, Merck and American Express
dow jones industrial average
Perhaps the most well-known and often-quoted measure of stock market performance, the DJIA is an index comprised of 30 large industrial companies’ stocks As a limited indicator of the market as a whole, many professional analysts prefer the Standard & Poor's 500 or other, more diverse indexes for a broad measure of stock market performance Dow Jones also maintains widely followed indexes for transportation companies (consisting of 20 stocks) and utilities (consisting of 15 stocks)
Herbert H Dow
born Feb. 26, 1866, Belleville, Ont., Can. died Oct. 15, 1930, Rochester, Minn., U.S. U.S. inventor and manufacturer. After attending college in Cleveland, Dow developed and patented electrolytic methods (the Dow process) for extracting bromine from brines (concentrated water solutions of salts). In 1895 he founded the Dow Chemical Co. to electrolyze brine for chlorine, used in insecticides. He was the first U.S. producer of iodine (which he also extracted from brine). He eventually was granted some 65 patents as his company became one of the world's leading chemical manufacturers
Herbert Henry Dow
{i} Herbert Dow (1866-1930), American chemist and industrialist who established the Dow Chemical Company in 1897
Herbert Henry Dow
born Feb. 26, 1866, Belleville, Ont., Can. died Oct. 15, 1930, Rochester, Minn., U.S. U.S. inventor and manufacturer. After attending college in Cleveland, Dow developed and patented electrolytic methods (the Dow process) for extracting bromine from brines (concentrated water solutions of salts). In 1895 he founded the Dow Chemical Co. to electrolyze brine for chlorine, used in insecticides. He was the first U.S. producer of iodine (which he also extracted from brine). He eventually was granted some 65 patents as his company became one of the world's leading chemical manufacturers
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    [ dau ] (intransitive verb.) before 12th century. Old English dugan, from Proto-Germanic *duganan. Cognate with Dutch deugen, German taugen, Swedish duga.

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