May 26, 2011 to be “Dow Jones Industrial Average Day”

The City of New York has proclaimed May 26, 2011 to be “Dow Jones Industrial Average Day” in recognition of the iconic index’s 115th anniversary.

Founded on May 26, 1896 in New York City by Charles Dow, one of the founders of The Wall Street Journal, the Dow Jones Industrial Average has evolved from 12 stocks published for readers of The Journal to 30 stocks, becoming “the most recognizable, most frequently quoted, and longest-serving market indicator of its kind,” said New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg in an official proclamation issued from his office.

About Alex Akesson

Alex has been specializing in hedge fund and alternative investment news since April 2006. Working mainly in research and manager interviews, she has published breaking news on the hedge fund industry on her blog, as well as several industry publications. Her access to hedge fund managers gives her insight into news stories as well, and the ability to track press releases and other breaking news in real time.
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