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Dow Jones Industrial Average (^DJI)

DJI - DJI Real Time Price. Currency in USD
37,983.24-475.86 (-1.24%)
At close: 05:21PM EDT
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Previous Close38,459.10
Day's Range37,877.30 - 38,319.14
52 Week Range32,327.20 - 39,889.05
Avg. Volume341,955,000
  • Yahoo Finance

    Earnings from more banks, Netflix, and retail sales: What to know this week

    A slew of corporate earnings will face investors this week as markets continue to digest the prospect of higher interest rates throughout 2024.

  • Investor's Business Daily

    Dow Jones Futures Rise As U.S. Urges Israeli Restraint After Iran Drone, Missile Attack

    Israel thwarted Iranian drones and missiles after the stock market sold off on Iran attack fears. Bitcoin is off weekend lows..

  • Motley Fool

    3 Dow Jones Dividend Stocks That Are Within 6% of Their 52-Week Lows to Buy Now

    Some well-known stocks have been noticeably absent from the market rally.

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Markets are 'aimless' amid rate cut uncertainty: Strategist

    Stocks have had a volatile week, with markets fluctuating on hot inflation prints and rate cut outlook adjustments. Prime Capital Investment Advisors Director of Investments Will McGough and Ziegler Capital Management CIO and Senior Portfolio Manager Dan Skubiz join Market Domination to discuss their market outlooks as earnings season begins. McGough explains that markets are currently focused on earnings growth rather than multiples expansion. He notes that valuation multiples are in the low twenties, leaving limited room for further expansion. To drive market growth, McGough emphasizes that earnings growth "needs to come through" this earnings season. Skubiz attributes the market's weakness to uncertainty surrounding the Federal Reserve's monetary policy path. He observes "choppy trading" since the hot March CPI print, which casts further doubt on the rate cut outlook, leaving the market "aimless right now." Both experts believe small-cap stocks have potential upside. Skubiz acknowledges that large-caps have been outperforming small-caps, but still sees "a space for small-caps." McGough agrees, noting that small-caps "look attractive from a valuation standpoint." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Market Domination. This post was written by Angel Smith

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Earnings surprises will likely be to downside: tastylive CEO

    Is now truly the most exciting time to be an investor? tastylive Founder and CEO Tom Sosnoff joins Yahoo Finance in-studio to weigh in on the retail investor environment, gauging commodity price trends forming around gold futures (GC=F), the crypto space, and expectations for the first-quarter earnings season. "The last earnings cycle surprised I think everybody to the upside. Every earnings cycle is incredibly random. When you break down the numbers afterward, you're essentially talking 50-50," Sosnoff explains, expecting surprises "to the downside" this earnings season. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Market Domination. This post was written by Luke Carberry Mogan.

  • Reuters

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks tumble, dollar firms amid geopolitical risk, mixed central bank views

    U.S. stocks sold off sharply on Friday while the dollar jumped as investors grappled with rising geopolitical tensions and persistent inflation that could lead to diverging monetary policy between the U.S. and Europe. "We have a mix of elevated geopolitical risk, inflation worries and mild (earnings) disappointments," said Angelo Kourkafas, senior investment strategist at Edward Jones. Worries that Iran might retaliate for an airstrike on its embassy in Damascus that it blamed on Israel have hovered over markets, propping up oil and prompting moves into gold and other safe-haven assets.

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Inflation volatility, sentiment data: Friday's market takeaways

    With stock futures (^DJI, ^IXIC, ^GSPC) closing sharply lower for the week, Yahoo Finance reporter Josh Schafer joins Market Domination Overtime with takeaways from the trading day and the broader week.  The University of Michigan's preliminary consumer sentiment data showed inflation expectations picking up, Schafer notes. These results underpin the overall volatility seen across the week, Schafer adds, with the Consumer Price Index arriving hotter than expected. Without a clear look into the path of inflation and interest rates, Schafer questions how companies will issue guidance moving forward For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance. This article was written by Gabriel Roy.

  • Investor's Business Daily

    Dow Loses 475 Points, Nasdaq Falls 267 Points; Earnings Season Off To Rough Start

    The major indexes each lost more than 1% as banks started reporting earnings. JPMorgan Chase stock fell hard.

  • Reuters

    US STOCKS-Wall St ends sharply lower on mixed earnings, sticky inflation, geopolitical fears

    U.S. stocks sold off on Friday after major U.S. banks' results failed to impress, capping a week marked by market-moving inflation data, evolving expectations for U.S. Federal Reserve policy, and looming geopolitical tensions. The S&P 500 index notched its biggest weekly percentage loss since January, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average's weekly loss was its steepest since March 2023. "When we look at what's happened in the macro space, inflation has taken a turn for the worse and that has put more pressure on companies to deliver this earnings season," said Mike Dickson, head of research at Horizon Investments in Charlotte, North Carolina.

  • Associated Press

    How major US stock indexes fared Friday, 4/12/2024

    The Dow dropped 1.2%, and the Nasdaq composite fell 1.6% from its record. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 475.84 points, or 1.2%, to 37,983.24. The Nasdaq composite fell 267.10 points, or 1.6%, to 16,175.09.