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Closing milestones of the Dow Jones Industrial Average

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This article is a summary of the closing milestones of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, a United States stock market index. Since opening at 40.94 on May 26, 1896, the Dow Jones Industrial Average has increased steadily, despite several periods of decline.

Contents

1 Milestone highs and lows

1 Milestone highs and lows

2 Incremental closing milestones

2 Incremental closing milestones

3 Record highs and decade lows

3 Record highs and decade lows

4 See also

4 See also

5 External links

5 External links

Milestone highs and lows

Like most other stock market indices, the Dow undergoes periods of general increase and general declines or stagnation. A bull market is a term denoting a period of price increases, while a bear market denotes a period of declines. Wall Street generally considers a bear market in session when the main stock market index is more than 20 percent below its all-time

high. [citation needed]

There are two types of bull markets. A secular bull market is a period in which the stock market index is continually reaching all-time highs with only brief periods of correction, as during the 1990s, and can last upwards of 15 years. A cyclical bull market is a period in which the stock market index is reaching 52-week or multi-year highs and may briefly peak at all-time highs before a rapid decline, as in the early 1970s. It usually occurs within relatively longer bear markets and lasts about three years.

The following are the secular bull and bear markets experienced by the Dow since its

Linear graph of the DJIA from 1896 through March 2008

Linear graph of the DJIA from 1896 through March 2008

Logarithmic graph of the DJIA from 1896 through Oct 2009

Logarithmic graph of the DJIA from 1896 through Oct 2009

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1896–1929: Bull market. In the summer of 1896 the Dow sheds 30% to set an all-time low of 28.48, but quickly erases its losses, and eventually grows to a closing high of 381.17 (theoretical (http://www.investopedia.com/terms/t/theoreticaldowjonesindex.asp) intra-day high of 386.1) on September 3, 1929.1929–1949: Bear market. The stock market crash of 1929

1929–1949: Bear market. The stock market crash of 1929 precedes the Great Depression. The Dow plunges to 41.22 (theoretical intra-day low of 40.56) on July 8, 1932, thus erasing 36 years of gains. Although cyclical bull markets occur in the 1930s and 1940s, the index would take 22 years to surpass its previous highs.intra-day high of 386.1) on September 3, 1929. 1949–1966: Bull market. The Dow posts impressive growth

1949–1966: Bull market. The Dow posts impressive growth in the booming economy following the Second World War. Starting from about 150 in June 1949, when P/E ratios reach multi-decade lows, the index ends just five points below 1,000 on February 9, 1966.the index would take 22 years to surpass its previous highs. 1967–1982: Bear market. Traders deal

1967–1982: Bear market. Traders deal with a stagnant economy in an inflationary monetary environment. The Dow enters two long downturns in 1970 and 1974; during the latter, it falls nearly 45% to the bottom of a 20-year range.index ends just five points below 1,000 on February 9, 1966. 1982–2000: Bull market. The Dow

1982–2000: Bull market. The Dow experiences its most spectacular rise in history. From a meager 777 on August 12, 1982, the index grows more than 1,500% to close at 11,722.98 by January 14, 2000, without any major reversals except for a brief but severe downturn in 1987, which includes the largest daily percentage loss in Dow history.it falls nearly 45% to the bottom of a 20-year range. 2000–present: Bear market. The index

2000–present: Bear market. The index meanders and then plunges to a closing low of 7,286.27 on October 9, 2002. A cyclical bull peak at 14,198, reached exactly five years later, does not surpass the inflation-adjusted 2000 high. A renewed bear is recognized in summer 2008 and multiple volatility records are set that autumn. Another acute phase in early 2009 brings the index to new 12½ year lows south of 6,469, for a total loss of 54% in less than 18 months.includes the largest daily percentage loss in Dow history. Incremental closing milestones The following is a

Incremental closing milestones

The following is a list of the milestone closing levels of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, in 100-point increments.

Milestone

Closing Level Date first achieved

The first bull market (1896–1929)

100

100.25

January 12, 1906 December 19, 1927 December 31, 1928

200

200.93

300

300.00

The post-World War II boom (1949–1966)

381.17

1

382.74

November 23, 1954

400

401.97

December 29, 1954 March 12, 1956 February 20, 1959 May 17, 1961 February 28, 1964 January 28, 1965

500

500.24

600

602.21

700

705.52

800

800.14

900

900.95

The 1970s bear market (1967–1982)

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1,000 2

1,003.16

November 14, 1972

The 1980s bull market (1982–1987)

1,100

1,121.81

February 24, 1983

1,200

1,209.46

April 26, 1983

1,300

1,304.88

May 20, 1985

1,400

1,403.44

November 6, 1985

1,500

1,511.70

December 11, 1985

1,600

1,600.69

February 6, 1986

1,700

1,713.99

February 27, 1986

1,800

1,804.24

March 20, 1986

1,900

1,903.54

July 1, 1986

2,000

2,002.25

January 8, 1987

2,100

2,102.50

January 19, 1987

2,200

2,201.49

February 5, 1987

2,300

2,333.52

March 20, 1987

2,400

2,405.54

April 6, 1987

2,500

2,510.04

July 17, 1987

2,600

2,635.84

August 10, 1987

2,700

2,700.57

August 17, 1987

The 1990s bull acceleration (1990–2000)

2,800

2,810.15

January 2, 1990

2,900

2,900.97

June 1, 1990

3,000

3,004.46

April 17, 1991

3,100

3,101.52

December 27, 1991

3,200

3,201.48

January 3, 1992

3,300

3,306.13

April 14, 1992

3,400

3,413.21

June 1, 1992

3,500

3,500.03

May 19, 1993

3,600

3,604.86

August 18, 1993

3,700

3,710.77

November 16, 1993

3,800

3,803.88

January 6, 1994

3,900

3,914.48

January 21, 1994

4,000

4,003.33

February 23, 1995

4,100

4,138.67

March 24, 1995

4,200

4,201.61

April 4, 1995

4,300

4,303.98

April 24, 1995

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4,400

4,404.62

May 10, 1995

4,500

4,510.69

June 16, 1995

4,600

4,615.23

July 5, 1995

4,700

4,702.73

July 7, 1995

4,800

4,801.80

September 14, 1995

4,900

4,922.75

November 15, 1995

5,000

5,023.55

November 21, 1995

5,100

5,105.56

November 29, 1995

5,200

5,216.47

December 13, 1995

5,300

5,304.98

January 29, 1996

5,400

5,405.06

February 1, 1996

5,500

5,539.45

February 8, 1996

5,600

5,600.15

February 12, 1996

5,700

5,748.82

May 20, 1996

5,800

5,838.52

September 13, 1996

5,900

5,904.90

October 1, 1996

6,000

6,010.00

October 14, 1996

6,100

6,177.71

November 6, 1996

6,200

6,206.04

November 7, 1996

6,300

6,313.00

November 14, 1996

6,400

6,430.02

November 20, 1996

6,500

6,547.79

November 25, 1996

6,600

6,600.66

January 7, 1997

6,700

6,703.09

January 10, 1997

6,800

6,833.10

January 17, 1997

6,900

6,961.63

February 12, 1997

7,000

7,022.44

February 13, 1997

7,100 & 7,200

7,214.49

May 5, 1997

7,300

7,333.55

May 15, 1997

7,400

7,435.78

June 6, 1997

7,500

7,539.27

June 10, 1997

7,600 & 7,700

7,711.47

June 12, 1997

7,800

7,895.81

July 3, 1997

7,900

7,962.31

July 8, 1997

8,000

8,038.88

July 16, 1997

8,100

8,116.93

July 24, 1997

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8,200

8,254.89

July 30, 1997

8,300

8,314.55

February 11, 1998

8,400

8,451.06

February 18, 1998

8,500

8,545.72

February 27, 1998

8,600

8,643.12

March 10, 1998

8,700

8,718.85

March 16, 1998

8,800

8,803.05

March 19, 1998

8,900

8,906.43

March 20, 1998

9,000

9,033.23

April 6, 1998

9,100

9,110.02

April 14, 1998

9,200

9,211.84

May 13, 1998

9,300

9,328.19

July 16, 1998

9,400 & 9,500

9,544.87

January 6, 1999

9,600

9,643.37

January 8, 1999

9,700

9,736.08

March 8, 1999

9,800

9,897.44

March 11, 1999

9,900

9,958.77

March 15, 1999

10,000

10,006.78

March 29, 1999

10,100

10,197.70

April 8, 1999

10,200 & 10,300

10,339.51

April 12, 1999

10,400

10,411.66

April 14, 1999

10,500

10,581.42

April 21, 1999

10,600 & 10,700

10,727.18

April 22, 1999

10,800

10,831.71

April 27, 1999

10,900 & 11,000

11,014.70

May 3, 1999

11,100

11,107.19

May 13, 1999

11,200

11,200.98

July 12, 1999

11,300

11,326.04

August 25, 1999

11,400

11,405.76

December 23, 1999

11,500

11,522.56

January 7, 2000

11,600 & 11,700

11,722.98

January 14, 2000

The mid-2000s cyclical bull (2003–2007)

11,722.98

11,727.34

October 3, 2006

11,800

11,850.61

October 4, 2006

11,900

11,947.70

October 12, 2006

12,000

12,011.73

October 19, 2006

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12,100

12,116.91

October 23, 2006

12,200

12,218.01

November 14, 2006

12,300

12,305.82

November 16, 2006

12,400

12,416.76

December 14, 2006

12,500

12,510.57

December 27, 2006

12,600

12,621.77

January 24, 2007

12,700

12,741.86

February 14, 2007

12,800

12,803.84

April 18, 2007

12,900

12,961.98

April 20, 2007

13,000

13,089.89

April 25, 2007

13,100

13,105.50

April 26, 2007

13,200

13,211.88

May 2, 2007

13,300

13,312.97

May 7, 2007

13,400

13,487.53

May 16, 2007

13,500

13,556.53

May 18, 2007

13,600

13,633.08

May 30, 2007

13,700 & 13,800

13,861.73

July 12, 2007

13,900

13,907.25

July 13, 2007

14,000

14,000.41

July 19, 2007

14,100

14,164.53

October 9, 2007

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1 This was the Dow's close at the peak of the 1929 bull market, a level that the Dow would not see again for 25 years.

2 The Dow first exceeded 1000 during the trading day on January 18, 1966, but dropped back before closing that day. It would be nearly 7 years later before it closed above 1000 for the first time.

Record highs and decade lows

Closing:

14,164.53

Tuesday, October 9, 2007

6,547

Monday, March 9, 2009

Intra-day Actual:

14,198.10

Thursday, October 11, 2007

6,469

Friday, March 6, 2009

Intra-day Theoretical:

14,279.96

Thursday, October 11, 2007

6,443

Friday, March 6, 2009

See also

List of largest daily changes in the Dow Jones Industrial AverageOctober 11, 2007 6,443 Friday, March 6, 2009 See also Stock market bubble Stock market crash

Stock market bubbleof largest daily changes in the Dow Jones Industrial Average Stock market crash External links 6

Stock market crashof largest daily changes in the Dow Jones Industrial Average Stock market bubble External links 6

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