Dow-Jones average

Dow-Jones average

(ˈdaʊˈdʒəʊnz)
n
(Stock Exchange) US a daily index of stock-exchange prices based on the average price of a selected number of securities
[C20: named after Charles H. Dow (died 1902) and Edward D. Jones (died 1920), American financial statisticians]
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Dow-Jones average

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Dow-Jones average

[ˈdaʊˈdʒəʊnzˈævərɪdʒ] n (Am) the Dow-Jones averagel'indice m Dow-Jones
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