The markets will trade normally on Wednesday, before the Thanksgiving trading schedule takes effect.
Before the markets shut down for the holiday, traders will be able to study quarterly earnings before the bell from tractor maker John Deere, Deere & Co.
Due to the Thursday holiday, a variety of economic reports will be released on Wednesday including Mortgage Applications, Building Permits, Durable Goods, Initial Unemployment Claims, University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index, New Home Sales and Inventory crude oil weekly magazines of the Energy Information Administration.
The Federal Reserve is also to release the minutes of its October meeting in the afternoon, which will contain further clues about the pace and size of future rate hikes.
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The markets will close on Thanksgiving.
There will not be stock trading as the US stock markets will be closed.
The US Treasury markets will also be closed, so no bond trading.
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Stock futures will trade on an abbreviated schedule. They will trade until 1 PM ET.
Trading in energy and metals will continue until 2:30 PM ET.
The trading action will resume on Friday, where the focus will mostly be on retailers as shoppers hit the stores.
The markets will follow an abbreviated schedule.
Equites will trade until 1 PM ET.
Bond markets will close early at 2pm ET.
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CME Energy and metals futures stall early at 1:45 pm ET.