Most European markets closed Easter Monday
Major U.S. markets will be closed for Good Friday, while most European exchanges will also remain shut for Easter Monday.
U.S. financial markets will be closed on March 30 for Good Friday. The Easter weekend, including Easter Monday on April 2, also coincides with Passover this year, which begins on Friday.
The long weekend will give investors a breather after weeks of trade-war rhetoric, new tariffs on U.S. imports, and central bank action including an interest-rate hike by the Federal Reserve. The break is also preceding second-quarter earnings, which are due to kick off in April.
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