Is the Stock Market Closed on Juneteenth 2024?


  • Investors are wondering if the stock market is closed on Juneteenth 2024.
  • The short answer to that question is that markets will be closed on Wednesday.
  • There are other upcoming market holidays worth keeping track of, too.
Is the Stock Market Closed - Is the Stock Market Closed on Juneteenth 2024?

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Investors wondering whether the stock market is closed on Juneteenth 2024 have come to the right place as we have an answer to that question!

The quick answer is that the stock market will be closed on Juneteenth 2024, which is this coming Wednesday. That means that investors in the U.S. won’t have to worry about keeping track of their portfolios that day. With that in mind, plan to relax and enjoy the day off before trading starts up again.

After stock markets are closed on Juneteenth, they will reopen on Thursday. The rest of the week will see trading hours take place as they normally do.

Is the Stock Market Closed: More Market Holiday

Investors looking forward to more stock market holidays will see exchanges closed a few more times this year. Let’s break those down below!

  • Independence Day: Thursday, July 4
  • Labor Day: Monday, Sept. 2
  • Thanksgiving Day: Thursday, Nov. 28
  • Christmas Day: Wednesday, Dec. 25

On top of this, the markets will also close early some days. That will see it close at 1:00 p.m. Eastern on July 3, Nov. 29 and Dec 24. These early closings are tied to the holidays coming the day after or before these days.

As for today’s stock market news, there’s plenty of that to go around!

We have all of the hottest stock market stories worth reading about on Monday! Among that is what’s happening with shares of Archer Aviation (NYSE:ACHR), The Aaron’s Company (NYSE:AAN) and Ovid Therapeutics (NASDAQ:OVID) stock today. All of that news is ready at the links below!

More Stock Market News for Monday

On the date of publication, William White did not hold (either directly or indirectly) any positions in the securities mentioned in this article. The opinions expressed in this article are those of the writer, subject to the Publishing Guidelines.

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