Certain American financial markets will be open next Monday, October 12, on the occasion of the federal holiday Columbus Day.
While bond traders will have the day off, the stock markets will remain open for business. The New York Stock Exchange and NASDAQ will both be open during regular hours.
The break will come at a time when markets became increasingly volatile ahead of the November 3 presidential elections. That hasn’t stopped U.S. stock indexes from racking up gains as election results may come sooner than expected, easing uncertainty will keep markets leading through November.
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Le S&P 500 SPX,
et Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA,
were both up over 3% this week, while the Nasdaq COMP,
was on track for a gain of over 4%. 10-year Treasury bill yields TMUBMUSD10Y,
was unchanged for the day at 0.765%, but up 7 basis points from last Friday’s close.
The commodity futures markets on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange will remain open on Monday, although some tropical products traded on the Intercontinental Exchange do not trade.
It is also a statutory holiday in Canada Monday for that country’s Thanksgiving Day and the Toronto Stock Exchange will be closed.