Wall Street 30 Mini (Dow Jones Industrial Average E-mini) CFD Trading*

The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) is one of the world’s oldest and most well-known stock market indices. Interested? Start trading Wall Street 30 mini CFDs with FXOpen today.

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Wall Street 30 Mini (Dow Jones Industrial Average E-mini) Live Charts

Use our Wall Street 30 mini chart to get the most up-to-date insight into the recent performance of the DJIA index. It can help you make informed decisions at home or on the go – no matter if you use the TickTrader desktop platform, web terminal, or mobile app. Our real-time chart includes the very latest prices, historical data, and technical analysis tools to help guide your next trade.

What Is Wall Street 30 Mini (Dow Jones Industrial Average E-mini) CFD Trading?

The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) index is composed of 30 large, publicly-owned companies based in the United States. These companies are leaders in their respective industries and are selected to represent a broad cross-section of the US economy.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average E-mini is a futures contract based on the Dow Jones Industrial Average index. E-mini futures contracts are designed to offer investors a way to gain exposure to the DJIA in a more accessible and flexible manner than traditional futures contracts.

The Wall Street 30 mini CFD trading refers to the trading of contracts for difference (CFDs) based on the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) E-mini futures. CFDs are financial derivatives that allow market participants to trade without owning the underlying asset. Therefore, when trading DJIA E-mini CFDs, traders can open buy and sell positions without owning DJIA E-mini contracts.

At FXOpen, you can trade the Wall Street 30 mini (Dow Jones Industrial Average E-mini) index CFDs with zero commission.

Historical Price Performance of the DJIA Index

The Dow Jones Industrial Average has witnessed significant historical price movements since the start of the 21st century, reflecting economic turmoils and geopolitical events.

The dot-com bubble supported the growth of many markets, including the Dow Jones. At the beginning of 2000, the DJIA reached its all-time high. However, the bubble soon burst and led to a significant decline in stock prices. By the middle of October 2002, the stock index had dropped by approximately 38% from its peak in 2000.

Following the dot-com bust and the economic recession, the DJIA began a recovery phase. It gradually regained its losses and surpassed its previous highs. The mid-2000s saw a sustained period of economic expansion and a bull market in the stock market.

The latter half of 2008 saw unprecedented turmoil in financial markets. From the peak in 2007 to March 2009, the DJIA experienced a decline of approximately 54%. However, March 2009 then marked the start of the longest bull run in history for the DJIA and the broader stock market, lasting for over a decade. The uptrend was fueled by factors such as low interest rates, corporate earnings growth, and optimism about economic expansion.

The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020 led to a sharp market downturn, with the DJIA experiencing its fastest descent into bear market territory in history. However, significant fiscal and monetary stimulus measures allowed the DJIA to recover rapidly. It rebounded from its pandemic-induced lows, reaching new all-time highs in 2021 and beyond.

Major Factors That Affect the DJIA Index Value

The Dow Jones Industrial Average index is influenced by a variety of factors, both economic and non-economic, that reflect the overall health of the US economy and global financial markets. Here are some major factors that can affect the DJIA index value:

The financial performance of the companies listed in the DJIA plays a pivotal role in shaping its value. Notably, positive earnings surprises or robust growth can trigger an increase in the index value, thereby leading to a rise in the DJI price.

US economic health reflected in such indicators as economic growth, employment figures, and inflationary pressures can influence stock prices and the index.

Monetary policy decisions by the Federal Reserve can significantly impact borrowing costs, consumer spending, and business investments, influencing stock market sentiment.

Political developments, both domestically and internationally, can affect investor confidence and market sentiment, leading to fluctuations in stock prices and the DJIA.

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* The Wall Street 30 mini is the FXOpen version of Dow Jones Industrial Average E-mini futures.

CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 70.55% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work, and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.