Wall Street Stock Exchanges closed because of 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 closed in green. The progress in the Sino-US trade negotiations in Beijing created a positive mood on the financial markets.
The Dow-Jones index ended 1.7 percent higher at 25,883.25 points. The broad S & P 500 rose 1.1 percent to 2775.60 points, and the technology exchange Nasdaq climbed 0.6 percent to 7472.40 points.
Later in the week, business results from large companies such as Walmart and Kraft Heinz play a part in the United States.