U.S. stock markets will be closed Thursday in observance of Thanksgiving Day and Shutter first on Dark Friday.
The new York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq will close up at one p.m. ET Friday.
The Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association recommends that bond markets close Thanksgiving and halt trading at 2 p.m. on Friday which is Dark.
Overseas and currency markets are slated to be available on the holiday, as are U.S. commodity markets, like for yellow as well as engine oil futures.
The Dow Jones industrial average shut previously 30,000 for the first time Tuesday but dipped under that benchmark in mid day trading Wednesday. Trading, nonetheless, is usually far below normal ph levels on Friday as well as Wednesday of Thanksgiving week.
Meanwhile, Walmart announced that it won’t open outlets on Thanksgiving for the very first time since the late 1980s amid the COVID 19 pandemic, and other chains, backlinks, including Best Buy and Target, observed.
Starbucks, McDonald’s and Denny’s are among restaurants that will be opened Turkey Day, at the very least partial time or in some capacity, while others such a Chick-fil-A will be closed.