Question: When the Dow Jones Industrial Average s index increases it usually

When the Dow Jones Industrial Average’s index increases, it usually means that the economy is growing, which in turn usually means that the unemployment rate is low. A statistics professor pointed out that in numerous periods (including when this edition was being written), the stock market had been booming while the rest of the economy was performing poorly. To learn more about the issue, the monthly closing DJIA and the monthly unemployment rates were recorded for the years 1950 to 2012. Draw a graph of the data and report your results.

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