Wall Street Closed Due to President’s Day
The stock exchanges in New York are closed on Monday due to the celebration of President’s Day. Trading on Wall Street will start again on Tuesday.
On Friday, the indicators in the United States showed a mixed picture, with relatively limited price results. The attention on Wall Street continued to focus on the developments around the new coronavirus.
Also, investors processed data on, among other things, US store sales and consumer confidence, plus the results of various companies.
The Dow-Jones index ended Friday 0.1 percent lower at 29,398.08 points. The broad-based S&P 500 increased 0.2 percent to 3380.16 points and technology level meter Nasdaq won 0.2 percent to 9731.17 points.
Later in the week, there are a series of figures in the United States, including purchasing manager indexes, mortgage applications and producer prices. The minutes of the last meeting of the Federal Reserve are also published.