Dow Jones Wilshire 5000

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Dow Jones Wil·shire 5000

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A trademark for a US stock-market index composed of 5000 actively traded stocks. This index was formerly called the Wilshire 5000.
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The Dow Jones Wilshire 5000 Index is published as the Stock Market Index under Market Data in The Wall Street Journal.
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