Dow closes above 19,000 for first time in its 120-year history


Get out the Dow 19,000 rally caps. The Dow Jones industrial average, arguably the world’s best-known stock market gauge, closed above the 19,000 barrier Tuesday for the first time in its 120-year history.

For the second straight day, all four major U.S. stock indexes touched new record-high territory. The Dow jumped 67.18 points, or 0.4%, to close at a record high of 19,023.87.

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2 thoughts on “Dow closes above 19,000 for first time in its 120-year history”

  1. Michael ,

    Please tell me what will happen to Dow Jones after it closes above 19,100 ?

    Will it go up or go down next Monday and Tuesday ?

    When Will it fall back to 17,000 ?
    U wish u can give me advice , thanks

  2. Next Monday Let there be a sudden stock market crash.

    Let there be another Black Monday & Black Tuesday

    Let the Dow Jones , SPX & Nasdaq fall super fast ,
    Falling deep and hard

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