Which stocks have outperformed their benchmarks in 2018?

By Brian C. Anderson, Business Insider/Andy KierszThe Dow Jones Industrial Average has rallied more than 250 points in 2017, the largest rally since the financial crisis, as the Trump administration has expanded its economic policies.

The index has soared more than 2,000 points since the start of the year, when the Dow rose 9,722 points to 5,847.

The rally has been driven by strong earnings reports, with the S&P 500 index having more than doubled over the past 12 months.

In addition to rising profits from companies such as Boeing and Ford, the Dow is up a bit in the S.&amp ;P.

500 as well.

The S&P.

has gained a total of 954 points since January, with an average gain of more than 200 points per day.

The Dow has climbed more than 7,000 in the past four months, the longest rally since at least the late 1960s.

The S.P.E.C. has increased its benchmark interest rate from a low of 1.5% to 1.75%, and it’s forecast to begin raising rates on Monday.

Investors have been waiting for the Federal Reserve to increase rates on the back of strong earnings and expectations that the U.S. economy will pick up.

Investors are looking to see how the Federal Government and the U:niversity will respond.

The Dow has been inching higher since President Donald Trump’s inauguration.

It has risen about 1,300 points since December 20, when Trump was sworn in, according to data from the S and P 500.

The average S&amps stock has gained more than 17% in the year to date, while the S & P 500 has gained nearly 11%.

The S&amping is up about 2.3% over the last three months, while P&ampers is up 2.2%.

The Dow’s gains were fueled by gains in stocks such as Microsoft Corp., Netflix Inc., Nike Inc., and Apple Inc.