Where does a person find daily stock market results?


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Daily stock market results appear in newspapers, such as The Wall Street Journal; on TV, such as on CNBC; online, such as TheStreet website; and on the radio, such as on CNBC Radio. Dow Jones Industrial Average, Standard and Poor's 500 Index and other indices provide online up-to-the-minute market coverage.

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There are publications for serious investors, such as Barron's, but then there are sources for average investors looking for information without a lot of analysis, such as The New York Times.

Investors can visit the websites of stock exchanges like Nasdaq, the New York Stock Exchange and the American Stock Exchange to find pre- and post-market trading activity relative to an index.

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