Goldman Sachs will replace Bank of America on the Dow Jones Industrial Average as the index looks to give financial services a greater representation.
The 30-member index, which allots influence based on price rather than market value, removed three companies with the lowest stock price, including Hewlett-Packard and Alcoa, and also added Visa and Nike in its largest shift since April 2004.
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