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The Dow Jones Industrial Average, today with 30 stocks, began in 1896 with just 12 stocks underlying the Index. By fall 1896, Charles Dow dropped the last non-railroad stocks in the original index, making it the 20-stock railroad average. The utility average came along in 1929 (more than a quarter-century after Dow's death, and the railroad average was renamed the transportation average in 1970).

In 1916, the industrial average expanded to 20 stocks, and that number was raised again, in 1928, to 30. As of February 19, 2008, the stocks and symbols are:[1]

Symbol Company Symbol Company
MMM 3M Co. HD Home Depot Inc.
AA Alcoa Inc. HON Honeywell International Inc.
MO Altria Group Inc. INTC Intel Corp.
AXP American Express Co. IBM International Business Machines Corp.
AIG American International Group Inc. JNJ Johnson & Johnson
T AT&T Inc. JPM JPMorgan Chase & Co.
BA Boeing Co. MCD McDonald's Corp.
CAT Caterpillar Inc. MRK Merck & Co. Inc.
C Citigroup Inc. MSFT Microsoft Corp.
KO Coca Cola Co. PFE Pfizer Inc.
DD E.I. DuPont de Nemours & Co. PG Procter & Gamble Co.
XOM Exxon Mobil Corp. UTX United Technologies Corp.
GE General Electric Corp. VZ Verizon Communications Inc.
GM General Motors Corp. WMT Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
HPQ Hewlett-Packard Co. DIS Walt Disney Co.


References[edit]

  1. Dow Jones Averages. Dow Jones Indexes.