Dow Jones Industrial Average (^DJI)


DJI - DJI Delayed Price. Currency in USD
18,449.71-31.77 (-0.17%)
As of 3:20 PM EDT. Market open.
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Prev Close18,481.48
Open18,471.21
Volume37,340,315
Day's Range18,431.46 - 18,497.68
52wk Range15,450.56 - 18,722.61
Avg Vol (3m)91,502,031
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