# What is the current divisor for the Dow Jones?

**Dow Divisor**

**Dow divisor**is 0.14748071991788. It means that for every $1 of change in price for any given stock within the index, the average – using the

**current Dow divisor**– is equal to a 6.781-point movement in the market.

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Accordingly, what is the Dow divisor?

The **Dow Divisor** is a numerical value used to calculate the level of the **Dow** Jones Industrial Average (**DJIA**). The **DJIA** is calculated by adding up all the stock prices of its 30 components and dividing the sum by the **divisor**.

Also Know, how do you find the new divisor? Adjusting the **Divisor** for Stock Splits Add this **new** price to the other stock prices. In the example, $30 plus $20 gives you a **new** numerator of $50. Divide this value by the price-weighted average, computed on the day immediately before the stock split. In the example, $50 divided by $40 gives you a **new divisor** of 1.25.

Similarly, it is asked, what are the 30 companies in the Dow?

Here, thirty of the largest publicly traded **companies** that form the **Dow** Jones index are presented together with their activities, logos, and useful links.

- Merck & Co.
- Verizon.
- Coca-Cola.
- Walt Disney.
- Home Depot.
- ExxonMobil.
- UnitedHealth.
- Intel.

What is the highest the Dow ever closed?

The **Dow** Jones Industrial Average (the **Dow**) is the index of the 30 top-performing U.S. companies. The **highest** closing record is 29,551.42 set on Feb. 12, 2020.1? Investors were encouraged that the trade wars initiated by President Donald Trump were being resolved.