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Dow Jones index rose 936.42 points

October 14 2008
03:43

Trading on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) closed down on Monday with an increase on average by more than 11% as compared to support governments of leading world powers of banking systems in their countries to overcome the effects of the global financial crisis, RIA Novosti reported.

At the close of trading on Monday, October 13, the Dow Jones index rose 936.42 points (11.08%) - to 9387.61 points. S & P 500 rose 104.13 points (11.58%) and reached 1,003.35 points. NASDAQ index gained 194.74 points (11.81%) were at the level of 1844.25. European governments in recent days have developed and adopted a program to combat the financial crisis, which involve, inter alia, the provision of state guarantees for interbank lending, funds to recapitalize banks and other measures.

The total cost of a package of measures adopted by the leading EU countries amounted to 1.96 trillion dollars. DJIA (Dow Jones Industrial Average, Dow Jones industrial average) - the average movement in share prices the 30 largest industrial corporations. S & P 500 (Standard and Poor 500 Index) - index of stock prices of 500 largest companies by market capitalization.

NASDAQ (National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotation, automated quotation system of the National Association of Securities Dealers) - an index of technology companies. It is calculated on the basis of quotations of ordinary shares of all companies (U.S. residents and foreign), traded in the OTC system, NASDAQ, weighted by market capitalization.

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