- 1 What was the stock market on January 19 2017?
- 2 What was the stock market January 20 2017?
- 3 What was the Dow on Election Day 2016?
- 4 What was the stock market in Dec 2016?
- 5 What was the worst day in the stock market?
- 6 What was the Dow’s highest?
- 7 What was the Dow on January 20th?
- 8 When did the stock market break 20000?
- 9 What was the stock market in 2008?
- 10 What was the stock market on Nov 9 2016?
- 11 What was the Dow on Nov 1 2016?
- 12 What was the stock market on November 6 2016?
- 13 What did the stock market close at in 2016?
- 14 How long did it take the Dow to recover from 2008?
- 15 How did the stock market do in 2020?
What was the stock market on January 19 2017?
On January 19, 2017, the day before Trump took office, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 19,804.72.
What was the stock market January 20 2017?
The Dow closed at 19,827.25 on Inauguration Day, Jan. 20, 2017, which means it has about 3,700 points to go before the Trump rally gains are gone.
What was the Dow on Election Day 2016?
The Dow closed at 18,332.74 on Election Day, Nov. 8, 2016, which means it has 6,013 points to go before the Trump rally gains disappear.
What was the stock market in Dec 2016?
20: Dow flirts with 20,000, comes within 12.37 points of history-making milestone. Closes at all-time high of 19,974.62. Dec. 31: Dow ends 2016 at 19,762.60.
What was the worst day in the stock market?
Thursday was the Nasdaq’s largest one-day decline from a record high in its history, according to Bespoke Investment Group. All three major indexes finished the day sharply lower. The Nasdaq closed down nearly 5%, and the S&P fell 3.5%, while the Dow finished 2.8%, or 808 points, lower.
What was the Dow’s highest?
The first trading day of March turned in the Dow’s biggest one-day point gain of 1,293.96 after stocks had the worst weekly performance since the financial crisis.
What was the Dow on January 20th?
The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJI) gained 0.4% or 116.26 points to close at 30,930.52.
When did the stock market break 20000?
The Dow’s 1,000-point milestones
|Dow milestone||1st close above that level||Dow final close|
|20,000||January 25, 2017||20,068.51|
|23,000||October 18, 2017||23.157.60|
|14,000||July 19, 2007||14,000.41|
|7,000||February 13, 1997||7,022.44|
What was the stock market in 2008?
Dow Jones – 10 Year Daily Chart
|Dow Jones Industrial Average – Historical Annual Data|
|Year||Average Closing Price||Annual % Change|
What was the stock market on Nov 9 2016?
Dow: 18,589.69, +256.95, (+1.40%) S&P 500: 2,163.26, +23.70, (+1.11%) Nasdaq: 5,163.26, +57.58, (+1.11%) WTI crude oil: $45.37, +$0.39, (+0.87%)
What was the Dow on Nov 1 2016?
The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJI) decreased 0.1%, to close at 18,142.42. The S&P 500 fell 0.26 points to close at 2,126.15. The tech-laden Nasdaq Composite Index closed at 5,189.14, losing 0.96 points.
What was the stock market on November 6 2016?
First, the scoreboard: Dow: 17,910.33, +46.90, (0.26%) S&P 500: 2,099.20, -0.73, (-0.03%) Nasdaq: 5,147.12, +19.38, (0.38%)
What did the stock market close at in 2016?
Stocks close out 2016 with double-digit gains after third day of losses. The Dow ended the day down 57.18 points at 19,762. It had been on pace to end the year 14 percent higher, but instead finished only 13.42 percent higher after its first down week since the election.
How long did it take the Dow to recover from 2008?
How Many Months Did It Take For The Market To Recover To The Pre-Crisis Peak? The markets took about 25 years to recover to their pre-crisis peak after bottoming out during the Great Depression. In comparison, it took about 4 years after the Great Recession of 2007-08 and a similar amount of time after the 2000s crash.
How did the stock market do in 2020?
The S&P 500 gained more than 16 percent in 2020, a strong return in a year of steep job losses and widespread pain. The Dow Jones industrial average and the tech-heavy Nasdaq gained 7.25 percent and 43.6 percent, respectively. The Dow and S&P 500 finished at record levels despite the public health and economic crises.