Dow Jones averages


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Dow Jones averages

A set of well-known and indices of the performance of shares on the United States stock exchange.
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The method is applied to rolling 5000 trading day intervals of closing values of three Dow Jones Averages (Industrial--DJ1A, Transportation--DJTA, and Utility--DJUA) for the period 5/28/1936 to 1/26/2004, which comprises 17,000 trading days.
The Dow Jones Transportation Average, Dow Jones Utilities Average and Dow Jones Composite Average also are members of the Dow Jones Averages family.
Markets--regularly updates the latest events in global markets, including the Dow Jones averages, bond prices, currency prices, precious metals, and other commodity prices, as well as hot stocks and analysts' comments and ratings.
On Wall Street, economists and traders know it's much easier to predict tomorrow's Dow Jones averages than those for the following week.
This material is drawn from several Dow Jones New/Retrieval databases, including Tradeline, Historical Quotes, Historical Dow Jones Averages, and Futures Quotes.