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October 12th

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Here’s what U.S. markets are open during Columbus Day holiday Monday

Last Updated: Oct. 9, 2020 at 11:55 a.m. ET

Columbus Day and Veterans Day are the two U.S. federal holidays when stocks continue to trade

Some U.S. financial markets will be open on Monday, Oct. 12, in observance of the federal Columbus Day holiday.

While bond traders take the day off, equity markets will remain open for business. The New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq will both be open regular hours. 

Columbus Day and Veterans Day are the two federal holidays when stocks continue to trade.

The break will come at a time when markets have become increasingly volatile ahead of the presidential elections on Nov. 3. That hasn’t stopped U.S. equity benchmarks from racking up gains amid signs that the election result may arrive sooner than expected, easing concerns that political uncertainty will keep markets on edge through November.

Commodity futures markets on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange will remain open Monday, though some tropical product commodities that trade on the Intercontinental Exchange will not trade.

It’s also a holiday in Canada on Monday for that country’s Thanksgiving Day, and the Toronto Stock Exchange will be closed.


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