The stock market has been rocked by an unprecedented rally, with the Dow rising more than 5,000 points to a record high.
Here are the markets you need to know about.
What are the major stocks?
Here’s a list of the major US stock markets: The S&P 500, which tracks the S&p 500 index, has gained nearly 3,000 since the start of the year.
This is its most significant gain since March 2012.
The Dow Jones industrial average has jumped more than 2,000 on average since the beginning of the month.
The Nasdaq Composite has jumped nearly 6,000 shares since the opening bell of trading on Thursday.
This compares to a 0.3% fall for the Standard & Poor’s 500 index.
What about the other big market indexes?
There are other big markets in the US, as well.
The Russell 2000 is up almost 2,500 points since the end of March, with a gain of more than 6,400 points.
The S &!
High Yield Bond Index is up more than 9,000, and the 10-year Treasury note is up nearly 6% in value.
The SPDR S&op 500 is up about 5,400.
What other stock markets are in the market?
500, S&P/ASX 200, and NASDAQ are the most widely traded financial indices.
They are traded by a small number of companies, and they are based on a formula that combines the performance of the biggest companies in a particular sector.
The index tracks the market’s performance over time, and it is also used to track a range of other assets such as fixed income and stocks.
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