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The decision by Apple (AAPL)  this week to launch budget versions of the iPhone was not well received by the market, sending its shares sharply lower and wiping more than $30bn off the value of the...

The decision by Apple (AAPL) this week to launch budget versions of the iPhone was not well received by the market, sending its shares sharply lower and wiping more than $30bn off the value of the...

2017-01-25 DJIA 4H

2017-01-25 DJIA 4H

The Dow Jones Industrial Average on Wednesday hit the psychologically significant threshold of 20,000 in intraday trade, representing a milestone for the blue-chip gauge and highlighting a relatively speedy path higher for the stock market in the wake of Donald Trump’s election win in November.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average on Wednesday hit the psychologically significant threshold of 20,000 in intraday trade, representing a milestone for the blue-chip gauge and highlighting a relatively speedy path higher for the stock market in the wake of Donald Trump’s election win in November.

Dow Edges up to seventh straight record high The Dow Jones Industrial Average barely reached a seventh straight record high on Friday and the S&P 500 and Nasdaq also closed at a record as gains in Kraft Heinz helped offset selling in energy stocks. For More Information : www.paceresearchindia.com and Call : 8817774774

Dow Edges up to seventh straight record high The Dow Jones Industrial Average barely reached a seventh straight record high on Friday and the S&P 500 and Nasdaq also closed at a record as gains in Kraft Heinz helped offset selling in energy stocks. For More Information : www.paceresearchindia.com and Call : 8817774774

Unemployment was spiking, the stock market crashing, the auto industry failing and millions of Americans risked losing their homes to foreclosure when Obama took the oath of office.  The Dow Jones Industrial Average was cratering until March 2009, only to rebound roughly 200 percent over the rest of Obama's term— gains that have continued under Trump on the promise of tax and regulatory cuts.  Yet it's true that jobs at factories and coal mines have been disappearing for more than three…

Unemployment was spiking, the stock market crashing, the auto industry failing and millions of Americans risked losing their homes to foreclosure when Obama took the oath of office. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was cratering until March 2009, only to rebound roughly 200 percent over the rest of Obama's term— gains that have continued under Trump on the promise of tax and regulatory cuts. Yet it's true that jobs at factories and coal mines have been disappearing for more than three…

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Dow Jones Industrial Average Up Today as China Stocks Stabilize...: Dow Jones Industrial Average Up Today as China Stocks… #DowJones

Dow Jones Industrial Average Up Today as China Stocks Stabilize...: Dow Jones Industrial Average Up Today as China Stocks… #DowJones

Stock markets surge to all-time highs; investors bullish on Trump’s first week

Stock markets surge to all-time highs; investors bullish on Trump’s first week

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US stocks rose last week and the Dow Jones Industrial Average finally broke through the 20,000 level but economic, earnings and White House reports hinted there could be trouble ahead. Several companies, including manufacturing giants 3M and United Technologies, commented on the deleterious effects of …

US stocks rose last week and the Dow Jones Industrial Average finally broke through the 20,000 level but economic, earnings and White House reports hinted there could be trouble ahead. Several companies, including manufacturing giants 3M and United Technologies, commented on the deleterious effects of …

US Stocks Are Now The Most Over-Priced Since The 2000 Crash Submitted by Tim Price via SovereignMan.com   On March 30 1999 the Wall Street Journals front page headline blasted the good news across the world:  Dow Industrials Top 10000   The day before the all-important US stock index the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above 10000 for the first time in history.  It was a major milestone and investors cheered.   A few investors however were concerned.   They felt that US stocks were too…

US Stocks Are Now The Most Over-Priced Since The 2000 Crash Submitted by Tim Price via SovereignMan.com On March 30 1999 the Wall Street Journals front page headline blasted the good news across the world: Dow Industrials Top 10000 The day before the all-important US stock index the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above 10000 for the first time in history. It was a major milestone and investors cheered. A few investors however were concerned. They felt that US stocks were too…

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