Following Dow Jones Industrial Index news is the key to trading fundamentally. Below you
can find links to articles in the news that discuss market fundamentals that could potentially affect the price of Dow
Industrial Index on the CME commodities exchange. Before you invest in the
DJIA futures market you should do your own research.
"Dow Falls for Fourth Week Amid Federal Budget Debate" November 17, 2012
U.S. stocks sank for the week, sending the Dow
Jones Industrial Average to its longest losing streak since August 2011, as investors fixated on federal budget negotiations
between President Barack Obama and Congress.
2. Bloomberg.com "Stocks Drop on Economic Concern as Treasuries
Pare Gain" September 28, 2012
U.S. stocks extended their worst weekly decline since June and the dollar rose as reports showed
weakening economic growth. McDonald's Corp., Intel Corp. and Microsoft Corp. lost at least 1.2 percent to help lead declines
in 25 of 30 stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
“U.S. Stocks Rise Amid Speculation Central Banks May Act” June 15, 2012
The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 115.26 points, or 0.9 percent, to 12,767.17. Trading
volume for exchange-listed stocks in the U.S. was about 7.5 billion shares, 11 percent above the three-month average.
4. Bloomberg.com “U.S. Stocks Rise Amid
Better-Than-Forecast Earnings” April 24, 2012
The Dow Jones Industrial Average added 74.39 points, or 0.6 percent, to 13,001.56.
5. Bloomberg.com "Dow
Average Rallies to Highest Level Since May on Fed's Pledge" January 25, 2012
U.S. stocks rose, sending the Dow Jones Industrial Average to the highest level since
May, as the Federal Reserve signaled low rates through at least late 2014 and didn't rule out bond purchases to bolster the
6. Bloomberg.com "Dow Average Jumps
Most Since 2009 as Central Banks Take Action on Crisis" November 30, 2011
surged, giving the Dow Jones Industrial Average its biggest rally since March 2009, and the euro strengthened as six central
banks made additional funds available to ease strains from Europe’s debt crisis. Treasuries fell while commodities jumped.
7. WallStreetJournal.com "US Stock
Futures Pummeled After US Debt Downgraded" August 8, 2011
Dow Jones Industrial Average futures plunged 238 points to 11164. Investors
were already teetering after the Dow suffered last week the biggest weekly point drop since October 2008, and Standard &
Poor's cutting of the U.S. credit rating to AA+ from AAA seemed to push them over the edge.
8. MSNmoney.com "Stocks plunge on
global economic weakness" July 11, 2011
Stocks were headed sharply lower as disappointment regarding last week's dismal
June jobs report lingered, compounding concerns about the global economic recovery. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was down by 134.7 points, or 1%,
9. Reuters.com “GLOBAL MARKETS-Dow headed for best month since Dec; USD slides” April 29, 2011
U.S. stocks were steady early Friday, with
the Dow Jones industrial average headed for its best month since December, while the dollar hit 3-year lows against a basket
of major currencies.
10. Bloomberg.com "Stocks slide; Dow dives below 12,000" March 10, 2011
Stocks slid Thursday with the Dow Jones industrial
average closing below the 12,000-point mark - its biggest drop since Aug. 11, on news that jobless claims rose last week and
the U.S. trade deficit hit a seven-month high.
11. TheStreet.com "Half of Dow Companies to Post Profit Gains" January 11, 2011
The 30 companies in the Dow Jones Industrial Average are expected by
analysts to post earnings growth of 6.5% in the fourth quarter versus the third, buoyed by improved consumer confidence, manufacturing
and business spending.
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