U.S. stocks and bonds: 2015 MLK Day trading schedule

Always remember—holiday trading schedules scramble up when trading happens and when accounts settle. Here’s the MLK Holiday trading schedule.

MLK conferring with LBJ. (Public domain, U.S. gov. image)
MLK conferring with LBJ. (Public domain, U.S. gov. image)

WASHINGTON, January 16, 2015 – We appended a note in our companion column yesterday, listing the MLK Day trading schedule for Wall Street and all U.S. markets. In case our readers didn’t see it, due to all of yesterday’s Swiss franc market chaos, here’s that info again:

MLK Day trading schedule:

On Monday, January 19, 2015, all U.S. markets (including equity, option, and fixed income) will be closed in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. There will be no Pre-Market or After Hours trading sessions.

Canadian markets are open for business on Monday. However, Canadian equity orders placed after the close of the U.S. Market on Friday, January 16, 2015, will route to the Canadian exchanges on Tuesday, January 20, 2015. Check with your individual brokerage for further details.

Regular way settlement dates will be affected accordingly.

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