US stocks fell sharply on Friday, amid mixed economic data along with a series of hawkish remarks by Federal Reserve officials, while fears over the new Omicron Covid-19 variant mounted. A stronger-than-expected ISM report reignited fears of inflationary pressure and rising interest rates. At the same time, the US economy added the least jobs this year 210k (vs 550k, expected), the unemployment rate eased more than expected to 4.2%, while the labor force participation rate ticked up to 61.8%. The technology-heavy Nasdaq Composite plunged as much as 1.9% to the lowest since October 18th, dragged down by Apple and Meta Platforms Inc losses. The iPhone maker slipped on news that at least nine US State Department employees had their iPhone hacked. Meanwhile, the S&P dropped 0.9% to trade near levels not seen since October 15th, amid a sharp fall in big techs stocks. At last, the Dow Jones slipped 0.2%, partially offsetting last session gains.

Historically, the United States Stock Market Index (US30) reached an all time high of 36565.73 in November of 2021. United States Stock Market Index (US30) - data, forecasts, historical chart - was last updated on December of 2021.

The United States Stock Market Index (US30) is expected to trade at 33914.04 points by the end of this quarter, according to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts expectations. Looking forward, we estimate it to trade at 31987.85 in 12 months time.

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United States Stock Market Index (US30)

Components Price Day Year
Apple 161.84 -1.92 -1.17% 32.38%
Microsoft 323.01 -6.48 -1.97% 50.69%
JPMorgan 158.29 -2.92 -1.81% 29.39%
Home Depot 407.81 0.04 0.01% 54.48%
UnitedHealth 449.32 3.30 0.74% 28.42%
J&J 159.38 2.29 1.46% 6.06%
Visa 196.32 -1.97 -0.99% -7.69%
Walmart 137.51 2.04 1.51% -7.66%
P&G 149.88 2.62 1.78% 9.03%
Nike 170.24 0.24 0.14% 24.09%
Walt Disney 146.22 -0.98 -0.67% -5.14%
Salesforce.com 258.32 -2.88 -1.10% 14.37%
Cisco Systems 56.23 0.08 0.14% 26.70%
Coca-Cola 53.54 0.47 0.89% -0.58%
Chevron 114.41 -0.73 -0.63% 22.65%
Verizon 51.42 0.69 1.36% -16.46%
Intel 49.25 -0.25 -0.51% -5.26%
McDonalds 249.33 0.53 0.21% 18.31%
Merck & Co 73.34 -0.55 -0.74% -10.50%
Honeywell International 203.50 -0.92 -0.45% -4.32%
GS 382.73 -4.81 -1.24% 59.75%
American Express 155.94 -0.83 -0.53% 24.71%
Boeing 198.49 -3.89 -1.92% -14.71%
Amgen 202.44 1.27 0.63% -11.68%
Caterpillar 197.80 1.01 0.51% 8.56%
IBM 118.84 1.94 1.66% -6.57%
3M 172.59 2.33 1.37% 0.08%
Walgreens Boots Alliance 46.53 1.91 4.28% 7.19%
Dow Inc 53.07 -0.11 -0.21% -3.60%
Travelers Companies 149.16 -1.00 -0.67% 9.55%
Indexes Price Day Year
US30 34581 -59.71 -0.17% 14.44%
US400 2702 -35.15 -1.28% 20.37%
USNDX 15689 -278.72 -1.74% 25.23%
US500 4535 -38.67 -0.84% 22.59%


United States Stock Market Index (US30)
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is one of the most closely watched U.S. benchmark indices. It is a price-weighted index that tracks the performance of 30 large and well-known U.S. companies that are listed mostly on the New York Stock Exchange. The Dow Jones Industrial Average has a base value of 40.94 as of May 26, 1896.
Market Data Coverage: United States - List of Companies