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Definition of 'NYSE Early Close'

NYSE Early Close refers to days when the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) closes its trading floor earlier than its usual closing time of 4:00 PM Eastern Time.

There are several reasons why the NYSE may have an early close, such as holidays or special events. For example, the NYSE typically has an early close on Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve, with trading ending at 1:00 PM Eastern Time. In addition, the NYSE may have an early close if there are technical issues or other emergencies that require the exchange to shut down early.

On days when the NYSE has an early close, trading may also be affected in other financial markets, such as the bond and commodities markets, which may also close early. It is important for investors and traders to be aware of early close days and any potential impact on their trading activities or investment decisions.

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