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Dow Jones industrial average plummets 313 points in post-election sell-off
A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange the day after Pres. Barack Obama was re-elected, Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2012 in New York.
Dow Jones up sharply during Obama's term: Sunday's Numbers
REAGAN-CLINTON.JPG Associated Press Former President Ronald Reagan triggers a laugh from President-elect Bill Clinton while giving him a jar of red, white and blue jelly beans in November 1992.
Dow Jones Industrial Average Pointed Cautiously Higher After Post-Election ...
The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJI) is attempting to recover from yesterday's post-election swoon, with the blue-chip barometer trading moderately higher ahead of the bell.
U.S. Stock Futures Little Changed Ahead of Vote Results  Bloomberg
Wall Street sinks after election as "fiscal cliff" eyed  Reuters
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Guide to The 10 Most Popular Leveraged ETFs
The ProShares Ultra Dow30 ETF (DDM) is the appropriate choice for investors seeking for a leveraged play on the Dow Jones Industrial Average Index. The Dow is by far one of the oldest stock indexes in the world. Its components are price weighted and it ...
US Equities and Stock ETFs: The Calm after the Storm  ETF Trends
Finding yield in ETFs  Financial Post (blog)
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Which Party Does the Market Perform Best Under?
According to Doug Short, vice president of research for the Adviser Perspectives newsletter, since 1900 the Dow Jones Industrial Average has gained an average of 8.7 percent a year under Democrats and only 5.7 percent under Republicans. Short's figures ...
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Today's Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA Index DJX:DJI, Nasdaq, S&P 500 ...
The Nasdaq finished the last session higher by .34 percent to close at 2,926.55 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average finished the last full session higher by .38 percent and closed at 12,836.89.
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Dow Jones Drops 313 Points Following Election Day
Just one day after President Obama was reelected to a second term, the Dow Jones industrial average plummeted 313 points. While some analysts believe the drop was in response to the election results, others assert that it was provoked by fearful ...
Election Day Hangover: Stock Markets Plunge as Investors Eye Fiscal Cliff  TIME
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Stocks: Dow ends down 313 points after Obama win
NEW YORK - Stocks ended sharply lower Wednesday, one day after the re-election of President Obama. The Dow Jones industrial average closed down about 313 points, or 2.4%. Investor reaction is decidedly negative over the defeat of the more ...
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Dow, Nasdaq close lower for 4th straight day
The stock market couldn't shake its slump Thursday, as investors weighed negative reports on the U.S. economy and turmoil overseas.
Asia Stocks Fluctuate as China Congress Ends; Aussie Strengthens  Bloomberg
Stock Market News for November 12, 2012
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MSNBC'ers Joke: Dow Jones Collapse Attributable To Elizabeth Warren's Election
The morning after President Barack Obama's reelection, which was accompanied by Democratic gains in the U.S. Senate, MSNBC's Thomas Roberts asked his guests for their opinions about why the Dow Jones Industrial Average had shed nearly 300 points ...