US 30 (DJI)

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16,233.00 +174.65    +1.09%
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Type: Index
Market: United States
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  • Prev. Close: 16,058.35
  • Open: 16,300.00
  • Day's Range: 16,135.00 - 16,300.00
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US 30 Analysis

OptionsClick
Markets Bleed After Weak China Manufacturing  
By OptionsClick - Sep 02, 2015

Asian shares declined for the third consecutive day after weak manufacturing data released in China fueled worries worldwide over diminishing global growth. Signs that China was slowing down could ...

Technical Trading
Daily FX And Dow Jones Levels: September 2, 2015
By Technical Trading - Sep 02, 2015

EUR/USD Today’s support: 1.1230 and 1.1203 (main), where correction is possible. Break would give 1.1182, where correction also may be. Then follows 1.1154. Break of the latter would result in ...

iFOREX
iFOREX Daily Analysis : September 02, 2015
By iFOREX - Sep 02, 2015

The dollar moved lower against against most major currencies on Tuesday, after data showed that manufacturing activity in the U.S. expanded at the slowest rate in more than two years in August and as ...

ICN.com
Dow Jones Bounces Sharply, S&P 500 Moves Higher
By ICN.com  - Sep 02, 2015

Dow Jones: Dow has reached our yesterday’s extreme target sent to our subscribers at 15965.00, where it bounced sharply. The index is still covered by moving averages, while ADX shows weakness ...

Yale Bock
U.S. Domestic Economy Continues To Pick Up
By Yale Bock - Sep 02, 2015

In August, the Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 6.60%, the S&P 500 fell 6.29%, and the NASDAQ dropped 6.86%. As fall rapidly approaches, the data dependent Federal Open Market Committee has much ...

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Yasar Khan
Yasar Khan 2 hours ago
I don't under stand why Dow jones is coming down today...While it was going up since morning.....Unpredictable..........
Investing In
Investing In 2 hours ago
the only reason stocks went up in Asia is because the WW2 holiday, China issues is not resolved and might get worse, they don't want to get caught with the sell off next week
Yasar Khan
Yasar Khan 1 hour ago
Thanks to you....Do you think it will go down further towards 15000 or it can get Support at 16000 level..........
Theodoridis Thomas
Theodoridis Thomas 4 minutes ago
No its not that the only reason. Check Crude Oil graph and there lies your answer. They want Dow, Shanghai, FTSE100 up for some days so they will increase first oil prices and the indices follow a bit correlated
Investing In
Investing In 2 hours ago
Last week was perfect dead cat bounce!! look at the graph above for 1D
Ramez Saour
Ramez Saour 21 hours ago
Dow Jones very choppy, one mins 10pips up next thing its 20 pips down!
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