When did the Dow Jones close over 600 for the first time?

Answer The Dow closed over 600 for the first time on Feb. 20, 1959. It reached a high of 603.91 before finishing the day at 602.21. The volume for the day was 4,190,000 shares. The Dow Jones index acts as... Read More »

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When does the Dow Jones close?

The Dow Jones Industrial Average is an index that technically has no official hours of operation. However, it is largely understood to be associated with companies on the New York Stock Exchange, w... Read More »

When did the dow jones industrial average first close over 500?

The Dow Jones Industrial Average first closed above the 500 threshold on March 12,1956, when it closed at 500.24. It took 17 more years to double the threshold when it crossed 1,000 in 1972, but tw... Read More »

What did the Dow Jones Industrial Average close on in 7/20/06?

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 10,928.10 on July 20, 2006. The Dow is an index of large-company stock performance. The high for the month was 11,228.02 on July 3, while the low of 10,7... Read More »

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Completed in 2006, John Paul Jones Arena is a 16,000-seat venue in Charlottesville, Virginia, associated with the University of Virginia. Besides serving as home court for the UVA Cavaliers basketb... Read More »