Definition of Dow-Jones Industrial Average
1. Noun. An indicator of stock market prices; based on the share values of 30 blue-chip stocks listed on the New York Stock Exchange. "The Dow Jones Industrial Average is the most widely cited indicator of how the stock market is doing"
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Literary usage of Dow-Jones Industrial Average
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1. Step-by-Step Programming with Base SAS(R) Software by SAS Institute (2001)
"The input file contains information about the high and low values of the Dow Jones Industrial Average from 1954 to 1998. The input file has the following ..."
2. Personal Finance by Robert S. Rosefsky (2001)
"The Dow Jones Industrial Average » I What do these cryptic statements mean? ... In addition to the Dow Jones Industrial Average, there are two other Dow ..."
3. Base SAS(R) 9.1.3 Procedures Guide, Second Edition, Volumes 1-4 by Sas Institute (2006)
"Output 37.1 is a simple plot of the high values of the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) between 1954 and 1994. PROG PLOT determines the plotting symbol ..."
4. Oecd Glossaries Economics Glossary: Edition 2006-Glossaires de L'Ocde by Oecd (2006)
"... on 2000 moving average moyenne mobile centrée sur 2004 [STA] discrete average moyenne discrète [STA] Dow Jones Industrial average <DJIA)<US> indice Dow- ..."
5. Financial Markets for the Rest of Us: An Easy Guide to Money, Bonds, Futures by Robert Vahid Hashemian (2001)
"By far the most well-known and popular benchmark or index used for the stock market is the Dow Jones Industrial Average (aka DJIA, Dow Jones, or just plain ..."
6. SAS/GRAPH 9.1 Reference by SAS Institute (2004)
"STOCKS contains yearly highs and lows for the Dow Jones Industrial Average, and the dates of the high and low values each year. data stocks; ..."