The Dow has lost more than 30 percent of its value since January 2017, after a decade-long rise that began in 2000.
The Dow’s annual average gains were more than twice that of the S&P 500.
It has fallen more than 3,000 points since the beginning of the year, after rising more than 50 percent in 2016.
The market has risen by about 7,500 points in the past 24 hours, according to data from Bloomberg.
The Nasdaq is up 5,000 and the Dow is up nearly 2,000.
The index’s biggest gains have come in 2018.
“Dow Jones has been hit the hardest by the global economic crisis, and we expect that to continue to affect the market for a long time,” said Peter K. Lewis, managing director of research at Morningstar Inc. “It’s a long way to the top of the list for the Dow, but the outlook for 2017 is good, and it’s going to continue rising.
The economy is improving, and the Fed is on track to raise interest rates again this year.
That means that the market is going to rebound a lot.”
“The Dow is the best-performing U.S. stock index over the past five years, and has been the best performing U.K. stock stock index for years,” said Matthew Yglesias, a fellow at The Heritage Foundation.
“Its been the benchmark for U.W. stock since the late 1990s, and its performance over the last decade is very impressive.
But this is a bad year for the stock market.
We are not expecting it to recover in 2017, and if it does, we are going to see a sharp correction.”
The Dow, as an index, rose nearly 20 percent over the course of the decade.
It is now the sixth-highest-performing index in the U.Y.E. but has fallen to the worst-performing one, trailing only the Russell 2000, the S.&=P 500, the Nasdaq Composite and the Russell 3000.
The index is up about 60 percent since January 2018, but is down about 2,200 points from its peak in late 2016.
It fell by nearly 4,000 since then.
Last week, the Dow fell by 6,300 points, its worst loss since March.
Trump, who took office in January, has promised to revive the U,W and S.
W stocks, but there is some concern that he may not be able to deliver on his campaign promises.
The stock market has rallied more than 7 percent in 2017.
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