Stock market

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Dow Jones index since 1925, in constant 2009 dollars; it covers 30 industrials on the New York Stock Exchange

A stock market is a list of stocks, or jointly held and publicly traded shares of a corporations. The stocks usually bear some relation to each other: for example, in America, the Dow Jones Industrial Average market is a list of heavy industry and traditional American companies, whereas the Nasdaq consists mostly of technology-based stocks.

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