Short Trading Week + Trading levels for 11.22.2022
Posted By:- Ilan Levy-Mayer Vice President, Cannon Trading Futures Blog
By John Thorpe, Senior Broker
A National Day of Thanks!
For those who enjoy the history of any day or event I’ve included a historical highlight from history.house.gov of the national Thanksgiving holiday from George Washington’s Proclamation Nov. 26, 1789 through a House of representatives bill, signed into law in December of 1941 as a national day of thanks. https://history.house.gov/Historical-Highlights/1901-1950/The-Thanksgiving-holiday/
During this week, volume tends to trickle compared to no holiday weekday trading. ES volume today was about 60% of the volume last Monday.
Some Markets will be open each day under abbreviated hours, some markets like the agricultural, grain and livestock venues will be closed both Thursday and Friday.
Cannon Trading extends a warm thank you to all of our clients for a memorable and safe holiday. we will continue to post the exchange hours throughout the week. Blessings to all.
A Cannon broker will be able to assist, provide feedback and answer any questions.
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