You can buy shares in paper companies and buy them for a pittance.
But that’s what you can do in the U.S. market for the next few days as the Dow Jones Industrial Average moves above its all-time high of 24,000 for the first time.
The Dow is currently trading at an average of 23,095.00 points, up 1.25% from the day before.
This is a remarkable jump, and the gains in the Dow reflect a surge in paper stocks in recent days.
The average price of a share of a paper company in the last 24 hours is up about $20.
The reason that the Dow is now up so quickly is that there are so many companies listed on the NYSE.
The stock market has gone through a lot of turmoil recently, including the election of President Donald Trump, and a number of companies that have recently been hit by record sales.
The U.K. market is also up this week, but in an unrelated news story, the price of the British pound has been sharply down.
The markets are up in the past couple days as stocks in Germany, France, the U of A and the U.
“The S&P 500 index of companies is up more than 4% over the past 24 hours, with the Dow now up more that $1,000.
In its last 24-hour jump, the Dow reached 24,717.00, while the S&p 500 was up just shy of 3,000 points.
The S&ps 500 is up 9% in the same time period.
Ticker has gained nearly 1% in just over a day, and that’s more than double what it was at the same point last year.
The Nasdaq Composite Index of stocks is up over 3%.
The S.M.D.E. is up 2%.
The Nasdaq has also been up about 3% this week.
The average price on the S.O.
S has climbed about $1.10 since Thursday, while its last price increase was more than a year ago.