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INDEX › DJ 30 INDUSTRIALS (INDEX:DJI)

17025.38 -14.11 (-0.08%)

2014-08-22 13:24:07, 0 min delay

DJ 30 INDUSTRIALS (INDEX:DJI) Index Chart
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Last Price17025.38
Open17038.27
High17064.28
Volume27,141,194
52wk High17151.56
52wk Low14719.43
Settle Time16:31
Previous Close17039.49
Low16984.52
Time2014-08-22 13:24:07
52wk High Date2014-07-17
52wk Low Date2013-10-09

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