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The largest one-day percentage gain in the index, However, as a whole throughout the Great Depression, the Dow posted some of its worst performances, for a negative return during most of the s for new and old stock market investors. For the decade, the Dow Jones average was down from The strength in the Dow occurred despite a brief recession in and other global conflicts which started a short time later including the latter stages of the Chinese Civil War , the Greek Civil War , the Indo-Pakistani War of and the Arab—Israeli War.
During the s, the Korean War , the Algerian War , the Cold War and other political tensions such as the Cuban Revolution , as well as widespread political and economic changes in Africa during the initial stages of European Decolonization , did not stop the Dow's bullish climb higher.
The Dow's bullish behavior began to stall during the s as the U. The s marked a time of economic uncertainty and troubled relations between the U. To begin with, the decade started off with the ongoing Recession of — Following that, the s energy crisis ensued which included the —75 recession , the oil crisis as well as the energy crisis beginning as a prelude to a disastrous economic climate injected with stagflation ; the combination between high unemployment and high inflation.
However, on November 14, , the average closed above the 1, mark 1, The index closed at During , the index went above several times, and it closed the year at 1, Although the Vietnam War ended in , new tensions arose towards Iran surrounding the Iranian Revolution in The s decade started with the early s recession.
In early , it broke above several times, but then retreated. The largest one-day percentage drop occurred on Black Monday ; October 19, , when the average fell There were no clear reasons given to explain the crash, but program trading may have been a major contributing factor.
The index had only two negative years, which were in and The s brought on rapid advances in technology along with the introduction of the dot-com era. To start off, the markets contended with the oil price shock compounded with the effects of the Early s recession and a brief European situation surrounding Black Wednesday.
Even the occurrences of the Rwandan Genocide and the Second Congo War , termed as "Africa's World War" that involved 8 separate African nations which together between the two killed over 5 million people, didn't seem to have any noticeable negative financial impact on the Dow either. Between late and early , the Dow staggered through the 3, level making only modest gains as the Biotechnology sector suffered through the downfall of the Biotech Bubble; as many biotech companies saw their share prices rapidly rise to record levels and then subsequently fall to new all-time lows.
Over the following two years, the Dow would rapidly tower above the 6, level during the month of October in , and the 7, level in February On its march higher into record territory, the Dow easily made its way through the 8, level in July However, later in that year during October, the events surrounding the Asian Financial Crisis plunged the Dow into a point loss to a close of 7, Although internationally there was negativity surrounding the Russian financial crisis along with the subsequent fallout from the collapse of the derivatives Long-Term Capital Management hedge fund involving bad bets placed on the movement of the Russian ruble , the Dow would go on to surpass the 9, level during the month of April in , making its sentimental push towards the symbolic 10, level.
On March 29, , the average closed above the 10, mark 10, This prompted a celebration on the trading floor, complete with party hats. The scene at the exchange made front-page headlines on many U. On May 3, , the Dow achieved its first close above the 11, mark 11, The Dow averaged a 5.
Glassman and Kevin A. Hassett went so far as to publish a book entitled Dow 36, Their theory was to imply that stocks were still cheap and it was not too late to benefit from rising prices during the Internet boom.
Characterized by fear on the part of newer investors, the uncertainty of the s decade brought on a significant bear market. There was indecision on whether the cyclical bull market represented a prolonged temporary bounce or a new long-term trend. Ultimately, there was widespread resignation and disappointment as the lows were revisited, and in some cases, surpassed near the end of the decade.
The seventh largest one-day point drop in DJIA history, and largest at the time, occurred on September 17, , the first day of trading after the September 11, attacks , when the Dow fell However, the Dow had been in a downward trend for virtually all of prior to September 11, losing well over points between January 2 and September 10, and had lost However, the Dow began an upward trend shortly after the attacks, and quickly regained all lost ground to close above the 10, level for the year.
During , the average remained subdued without making substantial gains due to the stock market downturn of as well as the lingering effects of the dot-com bubble. In , the Dow held steady within the 7, to 9,point level range by the early s recession , the Afghan War and the Iraq War.
But by December of that year, the Dow remarkably returned to the 10, mark. In October , four years after its bear market low, the DJIA set fresh record theoretical, intra-day, daily close, weekly, and monthly highs for the first time in almost seven years, closing above the 12, level for the first time on the 19th anniversary of Black Monday The initial drop was caused by a global sell-off after Chinese stocks experienced a mini-crash , yet by April 25, the Dow passed the 13, level in trading and closed above that milestone for the first time.
On July 19, , the average passed the 14, level, completing the fastest 1,point advance for the index since One week later, a point intra-day loss, owing to turbulence in the U. Two days later on October 11, the Dow traded at an intra-day level high of 14, They included future possible takeovers and mergers , healthy earnings reports particularly in the tech sector, and moderate inflationary numbers; fueling speculation the Federal Reserve would not raise interest rates.
When opening that morning, it immediately lost points and overall the DJIA lost more than points for only the sixth time in history, returning to its mid-July lows below the 11, level. A series of "bailout" packages, including the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of , proposed and implemented by the Federal Reserve and U.
Treasury , as well as FDIC -sponsored bank mergers, did not prevent further losses. After nearly six months of extreme volatility during which the Dow experienced its largest one-day point loss, largest daily point gain, and largest intra-day range more than 1, points , the index closed at a new twelve-year low of 6, Towards the latter half of , the average rallied towards the 10, level amid optimism that the Lates decade Recession , the United States Housing Bubble and the Global Financial Crisis of — , were easing and possibly coming to an end.
During the early part of the s, aided somewhat by the loose monetary policy practiced by the Federal Reserve , the Dow made a notable rally attempt, though with significant volatility due to growing global concerns such as the European sovereign debt crisis , the Dubai debt crisis , and the United States debt ceiling crisis.
On May 6, , the index lost around points over the day, then just after 2: The intra-day change at the lowest point was The event, during which the Dow bottomed out at 9, before recovering to end with a 3. In the midst of the decade, the Dow rallied its way above the peak from October
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