^DJI - Dow Jones Industrial Average

DJI - DJI Real-time price. Currency in USD
24,461.70
-196.10 (-0.80%)
At close: 4:50PM EDT
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Previous close24,657.80
Open24,639.21
Volume349,565,852
Day's range24,406.63 - 24,639.21
52-week range21,197.08 - 26,616.71
Avg. volume367,359,531
  • Goldman Sachs says earnings look better, but the stock market doesn't
    Yahoo Finance15 hours ago

    Goldman Sachs says earnings look better, but the stock market doesn't

    Goldman Sachs analysts think corporate profits will be better than their initial forecasts for the next three years. But that might not translate into a stock market that accelerates to new records.

  • Asian shares hit six-month lows as tariffs take economic toll
    Reuters11 minutes ago

    Asian shares hit six-month lows as tariffs take economic toll

    Asian shares stumbled to their lowest in six months on Friday, hurt by signs U.S. trade battles with China and many other countries are starting to chip away at corporate profits, while oil prices were choppy before an OPEC meeting to discuss raising output. Hong Kong's Hang Seng (.HSI) plumbed six-month lows, having lost 3.9 percent so far this week. South Korea's KOSPI (.KS11) hit nine-month lows and in mainland China, the CSI300 index lost almost 5 percent this week to one-year lows.

  • Asian shares hit six-month lows as tariffs take economic toll
    Reuters38 minutes ago

    Asian shares hit six-month lows as tariffs take economic toll

    Asian shares stumbled to their lowest in six months on Friday, hurt by signs U.S. trade battles with China and many other countries are starting to chip away at corporate profits, while oil prices were choppy before an OPEC meeting to discuss raising output. Hong Kong's Hang Seng (.HSI) plumbed six-month lows, having lost 3.9 percent so far this week. South Korea's KOSPI (.KS11) hit nine-month lows and in mainland China, the CSI300 index lost almost 5 percent this week to one-year lows.

  • Asian Equities Extend Losses as Trade Jitters Persist
    Investing.com3 hours ago

    Asian Equities Extend Losses as Trade Jitters Persist

    Investing.com – Asian stocks extended their losses in morning trade on Friday, tracking losses seen on Wall Street as trade tensions between the U.S. and China continuing to weigh on investor sentiment. 

  • The Wall Street Journal5 hours ago

    U.S. Stocks Retreat as Trade Tensions Linger

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell Thursday, notching its longest streak of consecutive declines in more than a year as trade friction between the U.S. and China weighed on stocks. The consequences of escalating trade tensions became clearer after German auto maker Daimler AG issued an unexpected profit warning late Wednesday, saying Chinese retaliatory import duties on vehicles built in the U.S. would crimp sales and earnings.

  • Global Markets: Asian shares hit six-month lows as tariffs take economic toll
    Reuters4 hours ago

    Global Markets: Asian shares hit six-month lows as tariffs take economic toll

    Asian shares slid to their lowest in six months on Friday, on signs U.S. trade battles with China and many other countries are starting to chip away at corporate profits, while oil prices were choppy ahead of an OPEC meeting to discuss raising output. South Korea's KOSPI hit nine-month lows and in mainland China, the CSI300 index lost almost 5 percent this week to hit one-year lows. In a sign that escalating tensions between the United States and its trade partners were taking a toll on the economy, the Philadelphia Federal Reserve's gauge of U.S. Mid-Atlantic business activity published on Thursday fell to a 1-1/2 year low.

  • Investing.com8 hours ago

    The Day Ahead: Top 3 Things to Watch

    Investing.com - Here's a preview of the top 3 things that could rock markets tomorrow.

  • Five Things You Need to Know to Start Your Day
    Bloomberg9 hours ago

    Five Things You Need to Know to Start Your Day

    Trade concerns continued pummeling global markets, even as U.S. officials brushed off concerns, the #MeToo movement claimed another corporate titan and Xiaomi aims high with its IPO. The S&P 500 Index extended its slump and the Dow Jones Industrial Average careened toward its eighth straight drop. Italian bonds and stocks slumped after two prominent critics of the European Union were given key posts in parliament. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross disputed concerns raised by Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell and others that U.S. companies are becoming so anxious about the prospect of a trade war, they’re postponing investment and hiring decisions.

  • World stocks fall with U.S. dollar; oil slips before OPEC
    Reuters9 hours ago

    World stocks fall with U.S. dollar; oil slips before OPEC

    By Sinéad Carew NEW YORK (Reuters) - Stocks around the world fell on Thursday and the U.S. dollar slipped from a peak as investors flocked to bonds on worries about a U.S.-China trade war. A weaker-than-expected ...

  • Barrons.com9 hours ago

    After the Bell: 8 Days of Pain

    Stocks slid across the board on Thursday, putting the Dow Jones Industrial Average on track to notch its longest losing streak since 1978. If the Dow closes down again tomorrow, that would mark its longest losing streak since it's nine-day loss in February 1978. Certainly, for some industrial companies, the worry seems real. CFRA Research's Elizabeth Vermillion warns that industrial companies' first-quarter commentary didn't include tariff worries as a significant factor, but with the trade war expanding "in scope and geography, while moving from rhetoric to action," updates from machinery and distributor companies are likely to include more potential negative impacts.

  • Dow drops eighth straight session on trade worry; Amazon slips
    Reuters9 hours ago

    Dow drops eighth straight session on trade worry; Amazon slips

    By Chuck Mikolajczak NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks fell on Thursday, with the Dow slumping for an eighth straight decline as industrials wobbled again on trade war concerns while Amazon and other online ...

  • Asian Stocks Pare Losses; Oil Rallies on OPEC: Markets Wrap
    Bloomberg9 hours ago

    Asian Stocks Pare Losses; Oil Rallies on OPEC: Markets Wrap

    Asian stocks pared earlier losses to trade mixed amid ongoing concern global trade restrictions will curb growth. Oil prices rose as OPEC moved closer to a deal on output.

  • Bloomberg9 hours ago

    Asian Stocks Signal More Declines; Pound Climbs: Markets Wrap

    Asian stocks were set to fall, extending the worst week for regional equities since late March, amid concern global trade restrictions will curb growth. The pound rose and Treasuries advanced.

  • Today’s economy is good! Almost as good as it was in 2014
    MarketWatch10 hours ago

    Today’s economy is good! Almost as good as it was in 2014

    The last time the economy was this strong, Trump thought it was terribleToday’s economy is strong, but not quite as strong as it was in 2014, when 3 million jobs were created. The last time the U.S. economy was doing this well, Donald Trump was tweeting that it was terrible. The economy is performing quite well right now, with gross domestic product growing at an estimated 4.5% annual rate in the second quarter (which ends a week from Saturday).

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