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Why does the Dow Jones Industrial Average index add and drop companies from its index?
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User: Why does the Dow Jones Industrial Average index add and drop companies from its index?





Weegy: Companies are rated based on their ability to affect, impact, or move the market. [ Thus the market movers are important to measure market performance and vice versa. Read more: Why does the DJIA add and drop companies from its index? | Answerbag ]
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User: When were the last changes made to the Dow Jones Industrial Average?

Weegy: The answer is June 8, 2009.
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