Getting High Together: DJIA Closes Above 13,000/Nasdaq Over 3,000 for First Time

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Each index has been higher on its own, notably the Dow Jones Industrials in late 2007, when it eclipsed 14,000, and the Nasdaq Composite, in early 2000, when it soared above 4,600 during he dot-com bubble. But the two haven’t hit these high-water marks together before. They’re moving together more as the big tech companies that power the Nasdaq – Apple (AAPL), Microsoft (MSFT), Google (GOOG), Intel (INTC), Cisco (CSCO) – have become steadier and, with the exception of Apple, slower growers.

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