JPMorgan Chase and Walgreens Boots' stock gains contribute to Dow's nearly 75-point increase

<pre><pre>Boeing, Travelers' losses have contributed to Dow's 75-point decline

JPMorgan Chase and Walgreens Boots are trading higher on Tuesday morning, pushing the Dow Jones Industrial Average into positive territory. Shares in JPMorgan Chase

JPM, + 2.13%

and Walgreens boots

WBA, + 1.04%

contribute to the intraday rally of the index, like the Dow

DJIA, + 0.35%

trades higher at 73 points (0.3%). JPMorgan Chase shares were up $ 2.90, or 2.1%, while Walgreens Boots were up $ 0.52 (1.0%), an increase of around 23 points for the Dow. Nike

NKE, + 0.96%.


PFE, + 1.29%.

and Boeing

BA, + 1.11%

also contribute significantly to the profit. A $ 1 move in one of the 30 components of the Dow is equivalent to a 6.78 point swing.

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