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Microsoft and Intel were added to the Dow Industrials on November 1, 1999. Gotta think someday they'll add Facebook, Google, and Amazon all in one fell swoop.

Dow industrials end down 100 points on escalating U.S.-China tensions

Stocks surged on coronavirus vaccine hopes, lifting the Dow industrials about 900 points and erasing last week's losses

$DJIA Dow Jones Industrials trading "heavy". #IBDpartner  Bulls are hoping 50 day MA and 23000 level hold to keep current rally alive. @IBDinvestors  -->

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The Dow industrials fell about 500 points after Fed chief Jerome Powell said further stimulus could be needed to support the economy’s recovery

Stocks Fall After Powell Says Outlook ‘Highly Uncertain’ The Dow industrials fell about 500 points after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said further stimulus could be needed to support the economy’s recovery. @WSJ 

Stocks show resilience on Monday, ending mixed to down slightly. #IBDpartner  $SPX S&P 500 end up +0.01% $COMPQ Nasdaq closes up +0.78% $DJIA Dow Jones Industrials down -0.45% $VIX Volatility Index closes down at 27.69

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U.S. equity futures are pointing to a higher open, the day after the Dow Industrials snapped a two-session winning streak.

Why the Dow industrials won’t get derailed by U.S.-China coronavirus tensions

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BREAKING: Stocks fall sharply as the bond market flashes a recession warning for first time since 2007. Dow industrials sink 800 points.

The Dow industrials fell more than 900 points as the spread of coronavirus outside China deepened concerns about the outbreak's economic impact

BREAKING: Dow Jones industrials fall 500 points as investors worry about fallout from steep tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.

BREAKING: General Electric, an original member of the Dow Jones industrials, to be removed from index, replaced by Walgreens.

BREAKING: Dow Jones industrials fall more than 500 points as stocks suffer second day of huge losses.

BREAKING: Dow Jones industrials sink 425 points, closing out their worst week in two years and extending weekly drop to 1,400.

BREAKING: Dow Jones industrials drop 500 points, or 2 percent, as stocks head for their worst week since the 2008 financial crisis.

BREAKING: Dow Jones industrials fall more than 1,150 points, its largest single-day point drop, erasing its gains for the year.

BREAKING: Dow Jones industrials plunge 1,000 points, bringing the index down 10 percent from the record it reached two weeks ago.

BREAKING: Dow Jones industrials close above 19,000 for the first time as a post-election rally continues to push market to records.

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