How to use the S&P 500 stock market data to buy and sell stocks and ETFs

When the S &, +0.00% market crashed Monday, it created a stir among investors and economists.

But a new analysis from CNBC shows that the crash also has the potential to drive up prices for companies, investors and bond traders.

The chart below shows the impact of the S stock crash on the S, +1.16% Dow Jones Industrial Average, a measure of the stock market.

It shows that stocks fell about 8% for the week ending Nov. 27.

The average drop for the past week is about 9%.

That’s enough to drive the average price of a S&amps stock in the Dow up about $1,000, according to the chart.

The stock crash also could help the U.S. Federal Reserve to get more liquidity for its $85 billion-a-month asset purchase program, which is meant to support the economy during the downturn.

It’s expected to raise about $500 billion in new funds in the coming months.

In contrast, stocks rose about 6% in a single day for the S-500 index.

The S-600 index rose about 10%.

The S&amping stock index has been down nearly 5% this year.

The S&amest stock chart, also known as the Dow Jones-S&amp&ampg chart, is based on the daily stock price data from Morningstar, a website that tracks U.T. stocks.