How the Dow Industrial Average’s Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) hit another all-time high

The Dow Jones industrial average hit another record high on Friday, setting a new high for the day.

The S&P 500 posted its best day ever in a span of four days.

Dow Jones broke through the 500 mark for the first time since April 4, 2015, and is up 5% so far this year.

The Nasdaq is up 2% for the year.

Here’s how the S&amps Dow has done over the past year: February: 2,967.98 March: 3,094.83 April: 3.83 May: 3 August: 3 September: 2 October: 2 November: 2 December: 2 January: 2 February: 1 March: 1 April: 1 May: 1 June: 1 July: 1 August: 1 September: 1 October: 1 November: 1 December: 1 The Dow’s record high is a reminder that even if the market is still in a downtrend, stocks are still trading well above their recent peaks.

The Dow has gained just 6% so-far this year and is trading at around the 50,000 mark.

The index has hit a new all-year high in January.

The average is at 52,814, up 5,000 from a year ago.

The chart below shows how the Dow has changed each day this year, and how it compares to the average over the same time period.

The blue line represents the Dow’s average over a seven-day period.

Hover over it to see how it has fared over the last year.

Over the last seven days, the average has climbed an average of 12.5%.

Over the past 12 months, the Dow average has risen an average 21.4%.

The S, Nasdaq and the Russell 2000 have all traded well below the 50-day moving average over this period. 

February is shaping up to be a strong month for the Dow.

As the chart below demonstrates, the S &p 500 is up 10.5% so so far in February, while the Nasdaq has gained 1.4% so that month.

Over that same period, the Russell 1000 is up nearly 7%.

The Dow and the S 500 have also both moved higher in the past week.

Over a five-day span, the index is up 7.6%, while the Russell 3000 is up 8.3%. 

As for the S, the Nas and Russell 2000, it’s clear that the market has a good month ahead of it.

The indices are all trading well below their recent highs.

The stocks in the S and the Nas are trading at historically high levels, while those in the Russell 500 have traded at historically low levels.

The Russell 2000 has also been trading well higher than the S. This week’s chart shows that the S has seen a solid gain.

Over all, the indices have done well over the course of this year in a month of gains. For more: Bloomberg’s Dow industrial average index and S&ap’s S&am indices are up 10% and 12%, respectively. 

The S&ad is up 4% over the next 24 hours.

The Vanguard is up 6%.

The Nas is up 11%. 

The Russell 2000 is up 9%. 

S&amp’s S+p index is at an all-Time high. 

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