December E-mini Dow Jones Index futures hit a new all-time high last week and also posted a record close. The rally was generally supported by the low-interest rate environment although the Fed meeting did reveal a hawkish central bank.
The S&P 500 and Dow Jones industrial average closed at record highs and bank stocks surged after the Federal Reserve indicated another rate hike this year was possible and that it would begin the unwinding of its balance sheet next month.
Buffett, a reliable optimist about the future of the U.S., predicted on Tuesday night that the Dow Jones Industrial Average will be "over 1 million" in 100 years. That would be roughly 45 times the Dow's current level of nearly 22,400, which is already ...
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is one of the oldest and most venerable of U.S. equity indices. Also known as the Dow or the Dow 30, the blue-chip index debuted in 1896 and remains widely followed today.