NEW YORK (AFN) - The stock markets in New York are closed Monday for Christmas. The rest of the week on Wall Street have acted in normal times. In the last session of the year the market will, however, be thin, as many parties have already closed the books.
Investors in the US must do more in the remainder of 2016 with a nearly empty macroeconomic agenda. However, following this week data on the US housing market and consumer confidence.
Wall Street ended Friday slightly higher. The leading Dow Jones index finally ended 0.1 percent in positive territory at 19 933.81 points. This historical milestone of 20 000 points came a step closer. The broad S \u0026 amp; P 500 also closed 0.1 percent higher at 2263.69 points and the technology exchange Nasdaq gained 0.3 percent to 5462.69 points.