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Will the Dow Hit 15,000 This Year?

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Stocks held near session highs Tuesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average shooting up to its highest level ever, following an upbeat ISM non-manufacturing index and amid ongoing monetary support from the Federal Reserve.

So far, the Dow is up nearly 9 percent in 2013, surpassing the 7.3 percent gain for all of 2012.

(Read More: Dow Smashes Record: End of the 'Lost Decade'?)

The Dow soared nearly 150 points, spiking above its all-time high of 14,198.10 hit on October 9, 2007. United Technologies and Bank of America led the blue-chip gainers on Tuesday. The Dow Jones Transportation Average also touched a record high.

Since the Dow's last all-time high in 2007, Home Depot and IBM have been the biggest gainers, while Alcoa and Bank of America have been the worst performers since 2007.

(Read More: Banks Left Behind in Dow's Record Rally)

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