Market close for this holiday market, with stocks still up on uncertainty

Market close times for the markets in New York, Chicago, and Atlanta are expected on Wednesday.

The NYSE has said it will open at 3 p.m.

ET, while the Chicago Board Options Exchange is expected to open at 2 p.a.

ET.

The market in Los Angeles, the stock market’s biggest market, is expected at 4 p.b.

ET and the Nasdaq is expected around 5 p.c.

ET (9 p.p.m.)

ET.

A market insider told CNBC that the market would be open until 2:20 p..m., but the exact time has not been determined.

According to the Dow Jones, which tracks stock prices, the S&P 500 has surged more than 3,500 points since the end of the year, and the S &D has gained more than 2,700 points.

The market has gained over 20 percent in the past week.

Market close for this holiday market, with stocks still up on uncertainty

Market close times for the markets in New York, Chicago, and Atlanta are expected on Wednesday.

The NYSE has said it will open at 3 p.m.

ET, while the Chicago Board Options Exchange is expected to open at 2 p.a.

ET.

The market in Los Angeles, the stock market’s biggest market, is expected at 4 p.b.

ET and the Nasdaq is expected around 5 p.c.

ET (9 p.p.m.)

ET.

A market insider told CNBC that the market would be open until 2:20 p..m., but the exact time has not been determined.

According to the Dow Jones, which tracks stock prices, the S&P 500 has surged more than 3,500 points since the end of the year, and the S &D has gained more than 2,700 points.

The market has gained over 20 percent in the past week.

Market close for this holiday market, with stocks still up on uncertainty

Market close times for the markets in New York, Chicago, and Atlanta are expected on Wednesday.

The NYSE has said it will open at 3 p.m.

ET, while the Chicago Board Options Exchange is expected to open at 2 p.a.

ET.

The market in Los Angeles, the stock market’s biggest market, is expected at 4 p.b.

ET and the Nasdaq is expected around 5 p.c.

ET (9 p.p.m.)

ET.

A market insider told CNBC that the market would be open until 2:20 p..m., but the exact time has not been determined.

According to the Dow Jones, which tracks stock prices, the S&P 500 has surged more than 3,500 points since the end of the year, and the S &D has gained more than 2,700 points.

The market has gained over 20 percent in the past week.