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What is the DOW 30′

The Dow 30, commonly referred to as just the “DOW” or “Dow Jones”, was the editor of the wall Street journal by Charles DOW and got its name from Dow and his business partner Edward Jones. The index was developed as a simple means of tracking the performance of the U.S. market in an age when information flow was often restricted.

Breaking down the ‘DOW 30’

The DOW expanded to 30 stocks in 1928, where it remains today as a spin-off of the Dow transportation Average (which consisted mainly of issues of the railroad in the early years). The composition of the index changes constantly as shares and industry, he is falling in favor.

Below are listed the companies included in the index, as of August 14, 2018:

— 3M (MMM)

American Express (AXP)

— Apple (aapl stock)

Boeing (BA)

— Caterpillar (cat)

— Chevron (cvx)

— Cisco (CSCO)

— Coca-Cola (Ko)

— DowDuPont ink (DWDP)

— Exxon Mobil (SOM)

— Goldman Sachs (GS)

— Home depot (HD)


— Intel (INTC)

— Johnson & Johnson (jnj website)

— Houston JPMorgan chase (JPM)

— McDonald’s (MCD)

— Merck (MRK)

Microsoft (msft)volume

Nike (NCRE)

— Pfizer (  bzhe)

— Procter & gamble (PG)

— Travelers Inc. (TRV)

— Health organization (EM)

— The organization of technology (IUT)

— Verizon (VZ)

— Visa (V)

Wal — Mart (Portugal)

— Walgreens boots Alliance (WBA)

— Walt Disney (DIS)

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