DJIA SPDR ETF (DIA)
$261.00 0.28 (0.11%)
9:06 EDT DIA Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $261.30
Market Cap 24.34B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 118,169
Day's Range 260.72 - 260.72
52-Week Range 182.10 - 295.87
Dividend & Yield 5.13 (1.96%)
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average, Adobe, Hexo and Snap were our top stock trades after a brutal trading day. So, let's look at the charts.
There was broad-based strength in equities on Thursday even as weekly jobless claims spiked to more quadruple the prior record.
Boeing, Roku, Lululemon Athletica, Zoom Video and the Dow Jones Industrial Average were our top stock trades for Tuesday.
Looking at history, we know that a bear market won't last forever. Look for prices to move higher this spring and get ready to profit.
Shopify, Amazon, the Dow Jones Industrial Average and United Technologies were our top stock trades for Thursday. And here's why.
Microsoft, the Dow Jones, Dave & Busters, Shake Shack and Penn National Gaming are our top stock trades for Tuesday after a historic day.
My models show that stricter social distancing policies, like those used in China, will help contain the coronavirus by May.
The Federal Reserve's latest reaction to the coronavirus has investors panicking, and selling off their stocks, hard.
Think like Warren Buffett and be greedy when others are fearful. There are still opportunities for investors to profit in a bear market.
No one likes uncertainty in the markets, but panicking over the coronavirus won't help. Stay calm and learn how to profit now.
Trump's heightened response to the coronavirus is escalating investors' panic, triggering "circuit breaker" rules in the stock market today.
Don't let the coronavirus and falling oil prices scare you out of the market. Matt McCall can teach you how to stay calm and profit now.
With Monday's epic decline in stock prices, we looked at the SPY, DIA, QQQ and IWM as our top stock trades for Tuesday.
Lions and tigers and bears, oh my. The stock market panics as the coronavirus spreads in Italy and oil prices tank more than 20%.
BP looks to go green, Boeing will resume 737 Max production and stock are at new highs. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
Nvidia caught two bullish analyst notes, while Comcast and P&G sank on earnings. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
Tesla shares slipped on Thursday, while Signet and Morgan Stanley ripped. Here's what else happened in the stock market today.
Bank stocks kicked off earnings season, while Pinterest gains momentum. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
Take profits in Tesla? Boeing's plane crash due to missile, not mechanical failure? Here's what happened in the stock market today.
Boeing had another 737 plane crash, while tensions cool with Iran. Here's what else happened in the stock market today.
From Wall Street Journal
Beike Zhaofang, a Chinese online property brokerage backed by SoftBank Group, is planning to raise up to $3 billion in an initial public offering in the coming months, according to people familiar with the matter, in what would be the largest listing of a Chinese company in the U.S. in more than two years.
For more than a decade, China has limited how foreign tech firms that operate inside its borders do business. The world’s largest internet market has used its Great Firewall to block Facebook, Twitter, Google and other services in the name of preserving its cyber sovereignty. The walled-garden appr…
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