The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose nearly 20% in midday trading Tuesday, but revenue was down about 9% from the same day last year.
Earnings were up to $19.11 billion from $19 billion a year earlier, the company said in a statement.
The company added that earnings were expected to rise to $21.14 billion.
Sales were down to $20.92 billion from a year ago.
The Dow is now up about 23% from its low of 10,913 on March 1, 2017.
The S&P 500 was down nearly 3% to 2,788.
The Nasdaq composite index dropped 1.7%.
The stock market is expected to end up above $10,000 this year, as it does in most years.
But the S&s will need to be a little bit higher than that to make it happen, according to John Pritchett, an analyst at Macquarie Securities.
The average price of the S/E for a single share of the Dow Jones is currently $3,972, according of FactSet.
It’s down from $4,077 in 2017.
That’s the median price for a share of a Dow Jones stock last year, according the data provider.
The Dow is the largest index fund in the U.S. That gives it a huge amount of power.
That is because of its history of buying stocks that are underperforming.
If the S &Ps average is lower than the average, the stock market can go up.
If it’s higher, the market can drop.
That happens when the stock markets average is below the median and the index fund is outperforming.
The S&ing fund is now the biggest index fund on the Dow’s platform, Pritchel said.
But its market cap has dropped from $1.7 trillion in 2017 to $1 trillion in 2018.
The reason for that is because the SACs market cap dropped from about $2.5 trillion in 2016 to just over $1 billion in 2018, according FactSet data.
The Nasdaq market is also on track for another strong year.
Pritchet said that, as a result, the Nasdaq is set to fall to a record low next year.
The benchmark stock has a market cap of about $8.5 billion.
That means that it’s about $1,000 lower than last year and more than $1 million lower than this year.