After a month of extreme volatility spurred by the spread of the coronavirus, investors had their first long weekend this week. Several major exchanges, including the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq, were closed on April 10 on Good Friday.
While the long weekend will end on Sunday for many markets, some world trade will remain closed on Easter Monday.
Many American markets closed on Good Friday will be open on Easter Monday. The NYSE and Nasdaq will be open on Easter Monday 2020, and investors will monitor whether the
Dow Jones Industrial Average
can continue its historic course. The CME Globex futures and options markets will be open on Sunday and Easter Monday.
While the Securities Industry and Markets Association recommends that the government bond and other fixed income markets close for Good Friday, they do not make the same recommendation for Easter Monday.
Are international stock markets closed on Easter Monday?
The Singapore Stock Exchange, the Toronto Stock Exchange, the Shanghai Stock Exchange and the Japan Exchange Group will all be open on Easter Monday. However, the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, the London Stock Exchange, the Frankfurt Stock Exchange will be closed on Easter Monday. In the UK, Good Friday and Easter Monday are public holidays, Barron’s Previously reported.
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