It’s going to be a short week on Wall Street.
U.S. stock exchanges will be closed for Thanksgiving Day on Thursday, Nov. 24, and will reopen the next day only for an abbreviated session on Black Friday, with trading ending at 1 p.m. Eastern on Nov. 25.
The roughly $53 billion U.S. bond market follows a similar Thanksgiving schedule this year, but closes an hour later on Black Friday at 2 p.m.
It has been a rough year in financial markets with the major equity benchmarks and most bond categories producing negative returns. As a proxy for the bond market, the iShares Core U.S. Aggregate Bond ETF AGG,
While the U.S. economy already fully reopened last Thanksgiving with the help of COVID vaccines and boosters, this year high inflation means drivers could face record gas prices at the pump when traveling. The national average price for regular gasoline was expected to touch $3.68 a gallon on Thanksgiving Day.
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The good news for next year might be that rates finally reach a peak, which could help stabilize markets. The benchmark 10-year Treasury rate TMUBMUSD10Y,
Goldman Sachs strategists put together a list of companies with high cash burn rates and also lofty valuations
Joy Wiltermuth is a news editor and senior markets reporter based in San Francisco.
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