The Dow Jones Industrial Average index has been introduced on 26 May 1896 and it has 30 components today. It is an important signal which provides an insight about the overall stock performance within the region, and the overall increase or decrease in stock value represented by the average of the top performing companies.
In the past 10 years there have been some interesting events in its history, which we have extracted here:
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Looking for 10 years or more historical data of the Dow Jones Industrial Average? We have found a source that provides Open-High-Low-Close data for it back until 1896!
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Anyone investing in the US may find Dow Jones’s 10 years return important. It would be very easy to represent the return as a single number, however, there are multiple KPIs related to its performance.
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