(VIANEWS) – Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJI) is currently on bullish momentum. At 10:08 EST on Thursday, 27 January, Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJI) is at 34,713.48, 1.6% up since the last session’s close.
Today’s last reported volume for Dow Jones Industrial Average is 97751727, 72.41% below its average volume of 354420608.88.
Dow Jones Industrial Average Range
Concerning Dow Jones Industrial Average’s daily highs and lows, it’s 2.31% up from its trailing 24 hours low of $33,930.20 and 0.29% down from its trailing 24 hours high of $34,815.70.
Regarding Dow Jones Industrial Average’s yearly highs and lows, it’s 16.27% up from its 52-week low and 6.06% down from its 52-week high.
Dow Jones Industrial Average’s last week, last month’s, and last quarter’s current intraday variation average was a negative 0.40%, a negative 0.29%, and a positive 0.67%, respectively.
Dow Jones Industrial Average’s highest amplitude of average volatility was 0.54% (last week), 0.55% (last month), and 0.67% (last quarter), respectively.
Index Price Classification
According to the stochastic oscillator, a useful indicator of overbought and oversold conditions, Dow Jones Industrial Average’s is considered to be overbought (>=80).
News about S&P 500
- According to FXStreet on Monday, 24 January, "Against this backdrop, the US 10-year Treasury yields rose 1.8 basis points (bps) to 1.767%, after posting the first weekly decline in five, whereas the S&P 500 Futures rise 0.30% while licking the previous week’s wounds amid the mostly quiet session."
- According to MarketWatch on Monday, 24 January, "The S&P 500 fell 5.7%, also for its steepest such fall since March 2020, and the Dow dropped 4.6%, its worst since Oct. 30, 2020.", "On Friday, The S&P 500 lost 84.79 points, or 1.9%, to close at 4,397.94, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average shed 450.02 points, or 1.3%, to 34,265.37, and the Nasdaq Composite Index gave up 385.10 points, or 2.7%, breaking the 14,000 level to close at 13,768.92."
- According to FXStreet on Monday, 24 January, "Last week, the S&P 500 fell 5.8% and registered its largest one-week drop since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic."
- According to Bloomberg Quint on Monday, 24 January, "Last year’s double-digit gains posted by the hedge fund community look healthy enough to justify those inflows – until you compare them with the total return available from the S&P 500 index. "
- According to The Wall Street Journal on Monday, 24 January, "U.S. futures rose in Asia, suggesting U.S. shares could regain some ground in Monday’s trading session, after the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite suffered their worst weeks since March 2020."
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