Trading schedule changes due to Independence Day in the U.S.

On July 4, the USA will celebrate Independence Day. This year, the essential holiday for Americans falls on Saturday, but every citizen will feel the pre-holiday vibes on Friday.

That’s why traders should stay cautious – there will be some transformations in the trading schedule. Before joining the celebrations, one should plan a trading day carefully.

Here are the changes anticipated on July 3:

The US stock market is closed for the whole day.

The trading session for S&P500, YM, NASDAQ, WTI, BRN, XAUUSD, XAGUSD, Platinum, and Palladium closes at 20:00 (MT Time).

Plan your trading wisely to conquer the market before the weekend.

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