Is there a suspension system for US stocks? What is the suspension time of US stocks


What is the suspension time for US stocks? Many retail investors invest in stocks, not only domestic stocks, but also American stocks. So there should be many people who need to have a good understanding of the suspension time of US stocks. Today, I would like to introduce to you what is the suspension time of US stocks? For your reference only!

What do you mean by the suspension of US stocks?
U.S. stocks are closed on holidays, the same as the domestic market. General provisions on the suspension time of stocks: there is no hard and fast rule on the suspension time. The main reason is to see why the suspension is. For example: for asset restructuring, trading may be suspended for 1 to 1000 days, which is the stock market with Chinese characteristics.
U.S. stocks open at 9:30 a.m. EST (22:30 Beijing time, 21:30 BST)
U.S. stock trading time: 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Eastern time;
Beijing time: Summer: 21:30-04:00, winter: 22:30-05:00
The market is closed every Saturday.
The difference between US stock market and domestic stock market is that U.S. stock market does not stop at noon.
In addition to the regular Saturdays and Sundays, the U.S. stock market has a total of nine special closed days in 2013, as follows:
January 1, 2013, new year's day, closed
21 January 2013, Martin Luther King's day, closed
Washington, D.C., closed on February 18, 2013
29 March 2013, Good Friday, closed
May 27, 2013, U.S. memorial day, closed
July 4, 2013, independence day, closed
September 2, 2013, US labor day, closed
November 28, 2013, Thanksgiving, closed
Closed for Christmas, December 25, 2013
In addition, NYSE, nyseemex and Nasdaq, the three major U.S. stock exchanges, trade only half a day on some days: July 3 (Wednesday), November 29, the day after Thanksgiving (Friday), December 24, Christmas Eve (Tuesday). Therefore, independence day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas day in the U.S. market are one day plus one and a half days off.

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