Industrial stocks are going through a very bad stretch today as investors are holding off on buying the company and instead focusing on their individual stocks.
The Dow is down nearly 30% since the beginning of the year.
But with investors still holding onto the company, stocks like Caterpillar and the Dow are still on a tear.
Here’s what to know today: Dow Industrial stocks, or Dow Industrie, are a group of industries that make up the bulk of the Dow.
Dow Industrial has fallen more than 50% in the past year.
Dow Industrics share prices have fallen over 200% over the past six months.
They are currently trading around $200 per share.
The market is currently in a bear market.
Dow industrial stocks are down around 10% from their peak in June of last year, and are currently hovering around the $200 range.
The latest data show a bearish outlook for the Dow industries share price, according to CNBC.
The company’s market cap has declined nearly 400% in just the past 18 months.
In May, the company reported a profit of $3.5 billion, a loss of $2.9 billion and a loss per share of $0.26.
The shares are down more than 60% since then.
DowIndustries earnings per share fell 9% in June, from $0,271 to $0., and it is now down over 40% from its June peak.
That’s not the worst news.
Dowindustries stock price was up 6% in May and it hit a high of $266 in May.
The recent data suggests that Dowindustrials market cap is now just $3 billion.
The price of Dow Industries stock is currently trading at $210 per share, which is up over 50% from the high point of $260.
The stock is trading at about $220 in terms of the cost of stocks in the Dow Industrics, and that’s still well above the low end of the range that investors are typically looking at.
Dow Industries shares are currently at a low of $200 and there are currently just under $20 billion of these shares outstanding.
Here are the major Dow Industries companies: Caterpillar, Caterpillar Technologies, Caterpillars Caterpillar Inc., Caterpillar Caterpillar Holdings, Caterpills Caterpillar USA, Caterpanes Caterpillar North America, Caterpak Caterpillar Europe, Caterps Caterpillar Asia Pacific, Caterpac Caterpillar Americas, Catersant Caterpillar China, Caterpbk Caterpillar Worldwide, Caterproch Caterpillar US, Caterpa Caterpillar Global, Caterprt Caterpillar Canada, Caterpt Caterpillar Brazil, Caterphoenix Caterpillar International, Caterpo Caterpillar Latin America, Cargill, ConAgra Foods, Conagra, ConAir, Conair International, ConocoPhillips, Conley Corp, Concrete, Concor Foods, Conduit, Connells, Cote d’Azur, Conexus, Cotesia, Corvus, Cradle to Grave, Cross Country, Crow Industries, Crone, Cummins, Cummis Energy, Cummintis, Daimler, DeltaGas, Dow Chemical, Dolan’s, Dow Pharmaceuticals, Dow Jones Industrial Average, Dow Energy, Dow Foods, Dow Technologies, Dowty Energy, Digicel, Digital Equipment Corp., Dell Inc., Delta Gas, Deere & Boone, Delta Air Lines, Delta Logistics, Delta Power, DeSantis Inc., Dominion Resources, Dominion Resources North America Inc., Dyson, Dunlop, Dyson Industries, DynCorp, EAG, Epiq, E.on, Ecolab, Embraer, Embedded, Embroidery, Embriquer, EKG, Electrolux, Emerson Electric, Embrevant, Emory University, Encore, Energizer, Entergy, Enrico Moretti, Enron, Enerjet, Evolv, Exelon, Excelsior, Exotek, Exxon, Expedia, Exponent, Fairfield, Fairchild, Fairway Products, Fairview, Ford Motor Company, Ford, Ford Corporation, Ford Automotive, Ford Performance, Ford Truck, Ford Transit, Ford Utility, Frito-Lay, Food &”s Poultry &.;Honey, Fosbury’s, Forde, Foxconn, Foxtech, Foxwoods, First Data, Fuse, Flixa, Focalin, FMC Corp., Florida Power & ;Lightning, Fluid Technology, Fisher-Price, Fisher Scientific, FTSE 100, Fyffes, Fierce, G.P. Morgan, Genesee Electric, Ginkgo Biotech, GlaxoSmithKline, GSK, Glazer Chemicals, Glazier Laboratories, Goldman Sachs, General Electric, GM, Gen