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Dow's Best, Worst Contributors Since Average Hit 12,000

The point impact to the Dow Jones Industrial Average is calculated using the present Dow multiplier (approx. 8.1) by stock's point change. The DJIA is a price-weighted index, not a market cap weighted index like the S&P 500.


Company Point Impact % Change

Honeywell (HON) 93.05 27.54%

Boeing (BA) 86.14 12.86%

Altria (MO) 80.86 16.53%

IBM (IBM) 76.72 10.51%

ExxonMobil (XOM) 75.09 13.25%

Alcoa (AA) 71.19 31.82%

McDonald's (MCD) 63.55 19.18%

Merck (MRK) 58.35 16.14%

Coca-Cola (KO) 55.75 15.27%

AT&T (T) 46.73 17.04%


Company Point Impact % Change

Wal-Mart (WMT) 1.87 0.47%

General Electric (GE) -2.28 -0.79%

Pfizer (PFE) -13.65 -6.07%

General Motors (GM) -17.15 -6.39%

Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) -25.36 -4.59%

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