What stock markets are open on Saturday?
One answer is the Saudi stock market which fell 6.4% on Saturday 1/29/11.
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\n. \nThe Tokyo Stock Exchange Opens at 9:00 AM Note: The trading hours mentioned above are stated in local time Tokyo, Japan. The Standard time zone for Tokyo is UTC/GMT +9 hours.
The US stock market opens at 9:30 a.m. EST. A list of stock exchange opening times is linked in the Related Links below.
9:00 am local time is when the stock exchange opens in Paris. Thename of the market is Euronext Paris (EPA).
The stock market is open Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Eastern Time.
Yes, though it does close early. The stock market closes at 1:00 pmEastern Time on Christmas Eve. Isthemarketopen.com has a fulllisting of holiday market closures.
The German stock Market opens on Monday morning at 9am (of Germany). . To see the time on Germany go to: http://deutsche-boerse.com/. So add/subtract hours from that time depending on your location on the glob. -Alex
The New York Stock Exchange is open Monday through Friday9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. ET The NASDAQ Stock Market regular trading hours are from 9:30a.m. to 4:00 p.m. ET. After Hours trading is from 4:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. ET. The Amex Stock Market is open from Monday through Friday9:30 a.m. to… 4:00 p.m. ET. Pre Market Trading Session is From 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. ET See isnasdaqopen.com for online NASDAQ status. ( Full Answer )
Simply put, it is someone (usually an insider) purchases shares directly with a company. You will probably see this term on yahoo finance when looking at insider transactions. This transaction didn't happen on the open market, but was a private transaction. The transaction needs to be filed with th…e SEC. ( Full Answer )
The Hong Kong Stock Exchange opens at 9:15 HKT. This time is 9:15pmof the previous day in Eastern Standard Time.
It is the process of buying stocks of a particular company from the stock market . The number of stocks that can be acquired in a particular day would depend on the number of stocks that are available for sale on that trading day.
The stock market is open from 9:30 am until 4:30 pm Monday through Friday except during holidays or on rare occasions when the government decides to close the market to stabilize trading.
Call Trading Session (8AM-9AM,2:50PM-3PM). - Customer orders placed between 8:00AM ~ 9:00AM and between 2:50PM ~3:00 PM are considered as simultaneously received by KETRA. - The opening price is determined by a single price auction at the end of the call trading session, which matches both part…ies' limit orders. - 4 order matching principles: price, agency, size, and time.. Regular trading session(9AM-3PM). - Regular trading session is from 9:00AM to 15:00PM, 5 days a week from Monday through Friday. - Orders are matched by a continuous auction ("multi-price auction") with the principles of price and time. - When a match is available, the transaction is finalized and confirmation of the transaction is sent electronically to the securities company.. Pre-Hour and After-Hour Trading Session.. Pre-hour trading session starts from 7:30 to 8:30 and after-hour trading from 15:10 to 16:00. Both trading sessions take place at two levels : closing price trading and block trading. At closing price trading session, orders are executed at the closing price (in case of pre-hour trading the closing price of the previous day) by time priority and block orders are matched separately if the trading value is over 100 million won and transaction price locates between -7% and + 7% of the closing price or is VWAP.. -Note: Only the stock market and ETF market are operated during the pre-hours and after-hours sessions ( Full Answer )
Few institutional investors or fund houses invest before the marketopens just to discover the best market price. They react for theovernight news. So before the actual market opens, Stock exchangessettle down all the transactions. This will not reflect theexaggerated prices for the stocks. The pre- …session will give an investor an idea as to what themarket is going to open like and can preview the stocks/marketaccordingly because of the reduced initial prices swings. 15 mins they have alloted for various activities. 50 % of the totaltime, they settle all the transactions.. Left over transactions arerejected, I also believe that only cash transactions are accepted,then market halts for a while and then in last few minutes, itreflects the exact opening prices giving equal opportunities forall kind of investors. Please correct me if I am wrong.. No, this thing is not relevant in context to the present scenarioas now marketers & investors are well versed with the marketfluctuations. They know where the market is going and when they caninvest in stock market and make profit from it. At this juncture there are many advisory firms available to suggestyou the stock tips, with advisory stock market expert analysthelping you accrue profitable stock tips. As I get from MMFSolutions.com ( Full Answer )
I was looking online and I believe it is open today. Yes, the stock market is open on Nov11th.
Sir... I was surprised to find the LSE closed at 12.30 on 24th December. I had just made a a rather large investment and was hoping to see it rise in the course of the day. Please tell me when the LSE is NEXT active ??
yes it is open on all working days. it doesnt open on weekends and on national holidays
No, the US stock markets are closed on Martin Luther King Day. It is an official market holiday. To find out about any future market closures follow the related link.
Technicians in the financial markets us a multidimensional approch to market analsyis. By tracking the movement of three sets of figures- price, volume, and open interest. Open interest primarily applys to future markets. The total number of outstanding or unliquidated contracts at the end of the da…y is open interest. Remember that offical volume and open interest figures are reported a day late in the futures makets and are, there for, plotted with a one day lag. open interest represents the total number of outstanding longs or shorts in the market, NOT!! the sum of both. Open interest is the number of contracts. A contrat must both have a buyer and a seller. There for, two market participants-a buyer and a seller- combine to create one contract. Open interest fugures is reported each day is followed by either a positive or negative number showing the increase or decrease in the number of contracts for that day. Its those changes in open interest levels either up or down, that give clues as to the changing charactor of market participation and gives open interest its forcasting value. Rissa ( Full Answer )
No the stock market does not operate on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. You will see "UNCH" on the stock values meaning "unchanged".
No, the US markets are closed for President's Day. See related links for a schedule of all market holidays.
9:00 am -3.30 pm (Indian Standard Time) 3:30 am -10:00am (Greenwich Mean Time) the same day.
No. Buy/Sell transactions are usually done at the end of the market day, which can work to ones advantage or disadvantage. Hence why it's sometimes called 'playing the market'.
The Stock Market is a computerized market. It has no closing time, because money and people's jobs do not stop. It's used from the internet; never stops. Many people use stockbrokers to keep an eye on their money, since they have alerts.
The US stock market opens at 9:30 am EST, which is 8:30 Central Time, 7:30 Mountain Time and 6:30 Pacific Time.
On July 3rd of 2009, a Friday, the stock market was not open due to Independence Day (July 4th) falling on a Saturday.
In the United States, most financial institutions including the NYSE and NASDAQ are closed on 7/3/09 in observance of the Independence Day holiday.
Approximately it will open at 22:00 GMT. I just can see that tradebegin at that time.
Normal trading sessions are from 08:00 to 16:20 every day of the week except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays declared by the Exchange in advance.
The pre-market session is the time period between 2 AM and 9:30 AM ET in the US. The markets open at 9:30 AM ET. Most stocks have a pre-market session, but it is never graphed or recorded. The pre-market session is a very risky investment. CNBC goes into some detail with the pre-market. The three …major indexes (Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500, and the NASDAQ) have future sessions. These are speculating where the markets will open. There is also a value called the "Fair Value". This is a sort of multiplier. It doesn't change after it is posted and can have a major move on the future markets. For example, if the FV is +2.5 and the market future value is +1 then the market will open down 1.5 points. On that same note, if the FV is -5.5 and the market future value is +2, the market will open +7.5. ( Full Answer )
No. It's a bank holiday on Christmas day and like all other bank holidays, the stock market is closed.
While most Protestant Christians, and I imagine all Lutherans, would be pleased for there to be a "Martin Luther" day, there is regrettably no such holiday. Martin Luther, in spite of the pivotal role he played in history, with the publishing of his "95 theses" in 1517 (which started the Protesta…nt Reformation) has no national holiday name for him. The Canadian Stock Market is closed for a variety of holidays, though. And there are four U.S. holidays in which while they aren't closed, they advise that securities traded in U.S. currency may be affected. The four U.S. holidays are Thanksgiving, Independence Day, Memorial Day and Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. (As an odd footnote to this question, it so happens that the late Civil Rights leader, the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was named after Martin Luther of the Protestant Reformation.) ( Full Answer )
The stock market does in fact close on Presidents' Day. It is one of ten holidays that they close for. It is an American holiday and the stock market respects it so they close.
The stock market is open it has 10 days that it is closed. Those are the 10 most known holidays.
Christmas Day is being observed this year on December 24, 2010. Therefore, the NYSE trading floor is closed for Christmas on December 24, 2010 with no open trading.
No, It is not open Christimas eve Dec. 24 2010. It is being observed as Christmas day.
Yes. "New Years' Day (January 1, 2011) falls on a Saturday. The rules of the exchange state that when a holiday falls on a Saturday, the preceding Friday is observed, unless the Friday is the end of a monthly or annual accounting period. Friday, December 31, 2010 is the end of both a monthly and ann…ual accounting period. The exchanges will be open that day as well as the following Monday." ( Full Answer )
Yes, the US stock market will be open regular hours on New Year's Eve (Dec 31, 2010). MikeS covered call investment tools
It depends. If Dec 31 is not a Saturday or Sunday, then yes the stock markets are open on December 31 st every year. December 31 st is not a public or national holiday and hence there is no reason why the market would be closed on that day. It will be open and carry on trading like other normal wo…rking days. ( Full Answer )
New Years' Day (January 1) in 2011 falls on a Saturday. The rules of the applicable exchanges state that when a holiday falls on a Saturday, we observe the preceding Friday unless the Friday is the end of a monthly or yearly accounting period. In this case, Friday, December 31, 2010 is the end of bo…th a monthly and yearly accounting period; therefore the exchanges will be open that day and the following Monday.. ( Full Answer )
Yes. This Friday is a working day. This Friday is not a public or national holiday and hence there is no reason why the market would be closed on that day. It will be open and carry on trading like other normal working days.
New Year's Day (January 1) in 2011 falls on a Saturday. The rules of the applicable exchanges state that when a holiday falls on a Saturday, we observe the preceding Friday unless the Friday is the end of a monthly or yearly accounting period. In this case, Friday, December 31, 2010, is the end o…f both a monthly and yearly accounting period; therefore the exchanges will be open that day and the following Monday. ( Full Answer )
Yes. Friday, December 31 st is not a public or national holiday and hence there is no reason why the market would be closed on that day. It will be open and carry on trading like other normal working days.
Yes, the US Stock Market is open on New Years Eve and Monday, 3rd January 2011.
No. It is closed on Monday Jan 3rd in lieu of New Years day which was on Saturday.
Arizona does not have Daylight savings time so the stock market opens at different times different times of the year depending on whether or not it is daylight savings time for Wallstreet. From March 13 (second Sunday in March) to November 6th, 2011 (First Sunday in November) the stock market is …open from 7:30am till 2:00 pm. The rest of the year the stock market is open from 6:30am till 1:00 pm. ( Full Answer )
Stocks are updated in real-time with delay of 15-20 minutes. This will inlude NYSE, Nasdaq and NYSE Amex stock, Dow Jones stock, etc.these can be checked in WSJ Weekend editions.
Yes , even though it is a Federal Holiday, the US Stock Market is open on Columbus Day October 8, 2012.
The U.S. stock exchanges are open Monday through Friday except for national holidays. The market opens at 9:30 am EST and closes at 4:00 pm EST.
The UK stock market opens at 8:00 and it closes at 16:30. The London Stock Exchange has the fourth largest market capitalization of all stock markets.
The stock market opens in New York. From Monday to Friday, the stock market remains open from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm, EST. PST time is 6:30 am to 1:00 pm.