Markets open, stocks open on Dow Jones Industrial Average

Markets open, stocks open on Dow Jones Industrial Average

Markets opened, stocks opened on the Dow Jones industrial average on Thursday, with the S&P 500 closing at a record, trading at its highest level since the financial crisis.

The Dow was down 5.13 points, or 0.3%, to 24,929.90.

The Nasdaq rose 0.57 points, to 7,822.93.

The S&P 500 rose 1.17 points, and the Nasdaq gained 0.76 points, reaching its highest point since the crisis.

The Russell 2000 index climbed 0.36 points, its biggest one-day gain since January 2014.

The Nasdaq had its worst day in more than two years as investors flocked to the stock market.

The Dow dropped 7.7% to 18,051.88.

The index was down 1.4% in morning trading.

The S&p 500, which has risen nearly 70% since the end of last year, was down 2.1%.

The Nascent index closed down 2%, the S &Ps rose 1% and the Russell 2000 fell 1%.

The Dow Jones index was up 0.4%, the Nascent up 1.6%.

The S &p 500 is up 5.7%, the Dow is up 12.1% and Nascent is up 7.6%Source: Fox News – MarketWatch

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