Tagged: Dow Jones Industrial Average

SEC probes stock-market plunge

Heads of the major stock exchanges were summoned to Washington by federal regulators to try to help figure out what caused last week’s computerized sell-off the shot the Dow Jones Industrial Average down 1,000 points in a matter of minutes.  Law Professor Elizabeth Nowicki, a former Securities and Exchange Commission attorney and Wall Street lawyer, […]

GM, Citi off Dow Jones Industrials

General Motors and Citigroup both are being taken off the Dow Jones Industrials Average listings, to be replaced by Travelers Insurance and Cisco Systems.  School of Management finance Professor Scott Stewart, a former long-time Fidelity funds manager, can discuss what the shifts in the Dow Jones composition means to investors. Contact Scott Stewart, 617-353-2353, sstewart@bu.edu