Dow Commodity Highs: 2007 vs. 2013
With the Dow hitting all-time highs again, it’s worth looking back at the Dow Jones in 2007 and examining what has changed. In the intervening time, it has been a wild ride for commodities. Commodity prices soared in 2008 and 2009 as China rapidly industrialized, with oil moving from about $50 per barrel to over $145 per barrel and copper jumping from about $2.70 per pound to over $4.20 per pound [for more commodity news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter ]. See the full story here → Related Posts: The Guide To The Biggest Companies In Every Major Commodity Sector Caterpillar (CAT) Poised To Rebound Off 200-Day Moving Average How Big Oil Is Drilling For Cheap Company Profile: Exxon Mobil Earnings Preview: Big Oil On Tap This Week
Stock Market XML and JSON Data API provided by FinancialContent Services, Inc.
Nasdaq quotes delayed at least 15 minutes, all others at least 20 minutes.
Markets are closed on certain holidays. Stock Market Holiday List
By accessing this page, you agree to the following
Privacy Policy and Terms and Conditions.
Press Release Service provided by PRConnect.
Stock quotes supplied by Six Financial
Postage Rates Bots go here