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06/03/2015 Apple joins the Dow Jones stock index

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Apple joins the Dow Jones Industrial Average

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Apple Joins The Dow: CNBC Explains | CNBC

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Nightly Business Report: Apple joins the Dow

Dow Jones Industrial Average is a stock market index, showing tradings of 30 large publicly owned companies in the US. Apple joined the index under „Consumer electronics“ industry, bearing symbol AAPL. It monitors Apple shares on Nasdaq Stock Market, the 2nd largest exchange in the world by market capitalization.
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