NYSE reopened LarsonHolz

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New York Stock Exchange which is considered to be the world’s largest and most influential exchange is finally re-opening. After two months of lockdown it is decided to open back the trading floor.

There will still be certain restrictions on traders’ work: all of the market participants will have to wear masks and maintain the distance.

All the trading was done online from March 23, 2020; Stacey Cunningham, the NYSE President, admits that this is one of the major steps towards re-opening all of the US economy.

Please note that when the stock exchange is re-opened there may be higher volatility for American stocks.

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