Dow Jones Industrial Reaches 25,000 In Early Trading, Increasing At Record Pace

By  //  January 4, 2018

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could be shortest stretch between 1,000 point milestones, ever

ABOVE VIDEO: The Dow Jones Industrial Average breached 25,000 points in early trading Thursday, putting the stock index on track to do something it has never done before.

(FOX BUSINESS) – The Dow Jones Industrial Average breached 25,000 points in early trading Thursday, putting the stock index on track to do something it has never done before.

If the Dow closes above 25,000 points Thursday, it will mark just 23 days since it closed above 24,000 for the first time. This would be the shortest stretch between 1,000 point milestones, ever.

So far the Dow Jones Industrial Average has crossed six 1,000-point milestones since President Donald Trump’s election on Nov. 8, 2016. A finish above 25,000 would be the seventh 1,000 point milestone.

The Dow is on track for its second record close in a row and the 90th since Election Day.

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