It is unofficially summer’s last hurrah for Wall Street investors.
U.S. financial markets will be closed for Labor Day on Monday, Sept. 6, marking a three-day weekend in the U.S., following what has been a mostly spectacular run for the stock market. The rally came despite concerns about the spread of the delta variant of the coronavirus and unease about the timetable for an eventual rollback of easy-money policies implemented by the Federal Reserve at the onset of the pandemic last year.
On Monday, U.S. stock exchanges, including the Intercontinental Exchange Inc.
-owned New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Inc.
will be closed, so don’t look for any action in individual stocks or indexes including the Dow Jones Industrial Average