The Dow Jones Industrial Average, Dow Jones Utility Average and Dow Jones Composite Average also are members of the Dow Jones Averages family.
What does DJUA stand for?
DJUA stands for Dow Jones Utility Average
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Samples in periodicals archive:
SEMPRA'S POSITIVE CHARGE While most utility stocks have floundered this year, with the Dow Jones Utility Average down 3.
Late last year, the Dow Jones bond average, Dow Jones utility average and Dow Jones transportation average all peaked but have since weakened.
Further information as well as the complete component list of the Dow Jones Utility Average can be found on the Dow Jones Indexes' web site http://www.
In the third quarter, PPL Corporation's common stock price increased by about 90 percent, more than three times the increase in the Dow Jones Utility Average for the same period.
Component stocks in all of the Dow Jones Averages--the Dow Jones Industrial Average (30 stocks), the Dow Jones Utility Average (15 stocks) and the Dow Jones Transportation Average (20 stocks)-- are selected by the editors of The Wall Street Journal, which is published by Dow Jones & Company.
On Thursday, July 20, 2000, futures contracts based on the Dow Jones Transportation Average, the Dow Jones Utility Average and the Dow Jones Composite Average will begin trading at the Chicago Board of Trade.
For the past five years the stock performance has exceeded that of the Edward Jones Distribution Average, the S&P Utility Average and the Dow Jones Utility Average.