Published October 29, 2012
Hurricane Sandy threatened Monday to wallop New York City, the financial capital of the world. The storm prompted widespread closures across U.S. financial markets. Here's a look at the status of individual marketplaces. This page will be updated with details as they develop.
|U.S. Equity Markets||Closed Monday and Tuesday|
|CME Group, NYMEX Floor Trading||Closed Monday and Tuesday|
|CME Group, U.S. Equity Futures and Options||Open 6 p.m. ET Monday - 9:15 a.m. ET Tuesday | Closed Remainder of Tuesday|
|CME Group, Interest Rate Complex||Open 6 p.m. ET Monday | Regular Trade Tuesday|
|CME Group, Other Electronic Trading||Open as Usual|
|Treasury Dept. 13 and 16-week bill auction||Close at 11:30 a.m. ET Monday, as planned|
|Treasury Dept. 4-week bill auction||Close at 10:30 a.m. ET Monday, from Tuesday|
*The Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association has recommended U.S. bond markets close on Tuesday. However, the organization does note that primary dealers might consider staffing funding desks to accommodate open market operations by the Federal Reserve.