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Dow Jones

the best known of several U.S. indexes of movements in price on Wall Street. [Am. Hist.: Payton, 202]
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Advisers profile their clients and prospects, and then the brower-based application continuously maps Dow Jones' market-leading news and information--which include Dow Jones Newswires, The Wall Street Journal, Barron's and Smart Money--to these personalized profiles.
S&P DJI has been publishing financial market indices since 1896 with the launch of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, one of the best-known icons of American culture and among stock market observers around the world.
Dow Jones then plans to expand Dow Jones Sports Intelligence to the sports industry more generally as a service for all sports stakeholders when assessing existing and new third party relationships and mitigating risk.
David Blitzer, committee chairman and managing director of S&P Dow Jones, said, 'The changes will make the Dow a better index and a better measure of what is going in the stock markets.
Regionally, Dow Jones DFM Titans 10 Index, which measures the 10 largest and most liquid stocks listed on the Dubai Financial Market, increased 0.14 per cent for the month.
Scott Schulman, who was president of Dow Jones Corporate Markets, has left the company; Lynne Brennen, senior vice president of circulation, and Bethany Sherman, senior vice president and chief communications officer, have also left Dow Jones.
The Dow Jones Islamic Market (DJIM) Indexes were introduced in 1999 as the first benchmarks to represent Shari'ah-compliant portfolios.
"We are delighted to work with the BFX as it creates new opportunities for investors in this region," said Dow Jones Indexes president Michael A Petronella.
The Dow Jones MSM Index is a total-market index tracking stocks listed on the Oman Stock Exchange, Muscat Securities Market.
Launched in 1999, the Dow Jones Islamic Market Indexes were the first indexes intended to measure the global universe of investable equities that pass screens for Shari'ah compliance.
The Dow Jones Saudi Titans 30 Index measures 30 of the largest and most liquid equity securities trading on the Saudi Stock Exchange.
Dow Jones Information Services (New York) is now producing "Dow Jones Risk & Compliance: Solutions for Anti-Corruption," a new service that helps users verify codes of conduct, ethics policies and workforce training have been "actively and properly employed." Site licenses and annual subscriptions are available.