^DJI - Dow Jones Industrial Average

DJI - DJI Real Time Price. Currency in USD
24,100.51
-496.87 (-2.02%)
At close: 4:59PM EST
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Previous Close24,597.40
Open24,408.00
Volume416,943,303
Day's Range24,033.79 - 24,431.14
52 Week Range23,344.52 - 26,951.81
Avg. Volume348,509,523
  • TheStreet.com4 hours ago

    Procter & Gamble Helps Lead Dow Jones After Upgrade From Morgan Stanley

    , after Morgan Stanley analysts upgraded the consumer group to overweight from equal weight and boosted their price target on the stock by $15 to to $106 a share. "Broad-based market share momentum, an improving gross margin outlook, and greater earnings achievability are not adequately reflected in relative valuation verses peers" the analysts wrote in a note to clients.

  • How a choppy stock market shows ‘neither bulls nor bears’ are in charge right now
    MarketWatch6 hours ago

    How a choppy stock market shows ‘neither bulls nor bears’ are in charge right now

    The stock market’s inability to hold big opening gains — or big opening losses — is leaving some traders a bit frustrated. The S&P 500 (SPX) opened sharply higher Wednesday as stock markets charged out of the gate, ostensibly on optimism tied to more feel-good headlines surrounding U.S.-China trade talks. The S&P 500 had rallied toward technical resistance at 2,686, he noted, in a Wednesday blog post, and then “it was the gap- filling Algo’s that went to work bringing the S&P 500 lower.

  • These are the U.S. stock market’s biggest losers this week
    MarketWatch6 hours ago

    These are the U.S. stock market’s biggest losers this week

    DEEP DIVE Brutal price action continued for U.S. stock investors Friday, with all three major indices ending with big declines. Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) led the largest companies lower, with the shares dropping 10%, after Reuters reported that the company knew for decades that its baby powder was contaminated with asbestos.

  • Finance Twitter: The 50 most important people for investors to follow
    MarketWatch7 hours ago

    Finance Twitter: The 50 most important people for investors to follow

    In recent years, we’ve seen the emergence of Finance Twitter celebs, companies have begun releasing major news on Twitter, and we’ve lived through two years with Tweeter-in-Chief Donald Trump posting about companies, the markets, oil prices, regulation, the Fed and your 401(k). MarketWatch has been tracking the space since its early days, and our Finance Twitter list (available right here) rounds up hundreds of accounts that we believe have something to offer the average investor.

  • Which Wall Street forecasters should you listen to now? Here’s who nailed it in 2018 (and who bombed)
    MarketWatch7 hours ago

    Which Wall Street forecasters should you listen to now? Here’s who nailed it in 2018 (and who bombed)

    The stock market has been predictably unpredictable in 2018. While those words pretty much apply to every year, of course, this one — with a steady diet of explosive moves both north and south — has been particularly difficult to handicap.

  • Here’s why the Fed won’t save the stock market, despite its worst December start since 1980
    MarketWatch10 hours ago

    Here’s why the Fed won’t save the stock market, despite its worst December start since 1980

    A brutal week leaves stocks with the worst start to a December in 38 years. Here’s why the Federal Reserve might not ride to its rescue.

  • Investing.com23 hours ago

    Stocks - Dow Plunges to Second Weekly Loss as Dour December Continues

    Investing.com – The Dow closed lower for the second-straight week on Friday, as fears over slowing global growth triggered a steep selloff across stocks on Wall Street.

  • Barrons.comyesterday

    Dow Falls 487 Points Because Stocks Catch Cold When China Sneezes

    The stock market slumped on Friday as positive headlines about trade weren’t enough to offset negative economic news.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Wall Street tumbles on global growth worries, J&J decline

    The S&P 600 (.SPCY) small cap index confirmed it was in a bear market after closing 20.05 percent below its Aug. 31 peak, falling 1.6 percent on the day. The Johnson & Johnson (JNJ.N) report, which the company has disputed, sent its shares tumbling 10 percent in heavy volume, making it the biggest weight from a single stock on the S&P 500 and the Dow Industrials. Investors focused on global growth concerns and worried about U.S. growth after China reported weak monthly retail sales growth and industrial output numbers, as disappointing economic data was released from the euro zone.

  • GuruFocus.comyesterday

    US Market Indexes Close Lower Friday, Extending Losses

    S&P 500 down 3.6% for the year

  • Reutersyesterday

    US STOCKS-Wall St tumbles on global growth worries, J&J decline

    Wall Street's three major indexes tumbled on Friday and the Dow confirmed a correction as weak data from China and Europe stoked fears of a global economic slowdown, while Johnson & Johnson shares were ...

  • Dow tumbles nearly 500 points to enter correction territory as stocks fall on global growth fears
    MarketWatchyesterday

    Dow tumbles nearly 500 points to enter correction territory as stocks fall on global growth fears

    U.S. stocks end the week on a down note, pushing the Dow Jones Industrial Average back into correction territory after a round of weaker-than-expected data from China spurred concerns about the global growth outlook.

  • Associated Pressyesterday

    How major US stock indexes fared Friday

    Stocks staggered to eight-month lows Friday after weak economic data from China and Europe set off more worries about the health of the global economy. Mounting tensions in Europe over Britain's impeding departure from the European Union also darkened traders' moods.

  • What Happened in the Stock Market Today
    Motley Foolyesterday

    What Happened in the Stock Market Today

    Find out how sluggish Chinese growth affected two popular companies.

  • Reutersyesterday

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Global growth worry hits stocks, but U.S. data lifts dollar

    A gauge of global stocks tumbled on Friday after weak economic data from China and Europe intensified global growth worries as investors weighed the broader impact of the trade dispute between the United States and China. Euro zone business ended the year on a weak note, expanding at the slowest pace in over four years as new order growth all but dried up, hurt by trade tensions and violent protests in France, a survey showed.

  • Reutersyesterday

    US STOCKS-Global growth worries, J&J's tumble drag Wall St lower

    U.S. stocks slumped on Friday as weak data from China and Europe stoked fears of a global economic slowdown, while Johnson & Johnson slid after Reuters reported the company knew for decades that asbestos ...

  • Investors flee U.S. stock funds at record pace: Lipper
    MarketWatchyesterday

    Investors flee U.S. stock funds at record pace: Lipper

    Investors fled U.S. equity funds at the fastest pace on record in the week ended Wednesday, according to data from Lipper. More than $46 billion was redeemed from U.S. stock mutual funds and ETFs between Dec. 5 and 12, the largest weekly outflow since Lipper began tracking weekly flows in 1992. The data comes amid a continued stock market selloff that’s driven the S&P 500 (SPX) into correction territory and left it on track for its biggest quarterly loss since the third quarter of 2011.

  • Individual stock investors are the most bearish since 2013: survey
    MarketWatchyesterday

    Individual stock investors are the most bearish since 2013: survey

    A closely watched measure of market sentiment shows individual investors are the most bearish since 2013, sparking contrarian hopes that a bottom may be near for the stock market.

  • TheStreet.comyesterday

    Johnson & Johnson Breaks Down Sharply on the Charts So Take Action

    is part of the club of 30 or a member of the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA). JNJ is off something like $14.44 and it is responsible for around 100 points of the loss of the DJIA today. In this daily bar chart of JNJ, below, we can see the big high/low range (so far) of today's trading.

  • J&J shares nosedive on report it knew of asbestos in Baby Powder
    Reutersyesterday

    J&J shares nosedive on report it knew of asbestos in Baby Powder

    The decline in shares erased about $40 billion from the company's market capitalization, with investors worrying about the impact of the report as it faces thousands of talc-related lawsuits. J&J was found to have known about the presence of small amounts of asbestos in its products from as early as 1971, a Reuters examination of company memos, internal reports and other confidential documents showed. The report also said the company had commissioned and paid for studies conducted on its Baby Powder franchise and hired a ghostwriter to redraft the article that presented the findings in a journal.

  • TheStreet.comyesterday

    Pfizer Boosts Q1 Dividend, Launches $10 Billion Buyback as Read Says Farewell

    shares traded lower Friday even as the pharmaceutical group boosted it latest quarterly dividend and said it would buyback another $10 million in company stock in what may be the last corporate act of outgoing CEO Ian Read. Pfizer said it had approved a 36 cents per share dividend, a 6% increase from the same period last year which will be paid on March 1 and authorized a new, $10 billion share repurchase plan, adding to an existing program of around $4.9 billion, which will be phased in over an unspecified period of time. The first quarter dividend is Pfizer's 321st consecutive shareholder payout by the New York based pharmaceutical group.

  • US Equity Indexes and Oil Diverged
    Market Realistyesterday

    US Equity Indexes and Oil Diverged

    On December 6–13, US equity indexes had the following correlations with US crude oil January futures: the S&P Mid-Cap 400 (IVOO): -51.5% the S&P 500 (SPY): -49.7% the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DIA): -43.3%

  • Johnson & Johnson shares nosedive on report it knew of asbestos in Baby Powder
    Reutersyesterday

    Johnson & Johnson shares nosedive on report it knew of asbestos in Baby Powder

    The decline in shares erased about $40 billion from the company's market capitalization, with investors worrying about the impact of the report as it faces thousands of talc-related lawsuits. J&J was found to have known about the presence of small amounts of asbestos in its products from as early as 1971, a Reuters examination of company memos, internal reports and other confidential documents showed. The report also said the company had commissioned and paid for studies conducted on its Baby Powder franchise and hired a ghostwriter to redraft the article that presented the findings in a journal.

  • Barrons.comyesterday

    Dow Drops 400 Points Because the Market’s Worst Fear Could Be Coming True

    Disappointing economic data in China and Europe have added to concerns about a growing slowdown and helped sink the market today.

  • Benzingayesterday

    Taking A Trade Break: Weak Overseas Data Center Stage Despite Solid Retail Sales

    Instead, weak overseas data helped set the negative tone early Friday, with U.S. markets again coming under pressure in pre-market trading after numbers from China and Europe overnight looked less than ideal. A decent U.S. retail sales data number didn’t initially appear to be enough to offset the sluggishness abroad. China’s retail sales data growth came in below expectations and was the weakest in five years, while industrial output there grew the slowest in three years, possibly a sign of the trade war coming home to roost.