By CCN.com: A CCN historical analysis of the Dow Jones industrial average index’s performance the day after Easter over the last 25 years indicates a modest gain on Easter Monday. How you might use this information on Easter Monday trading depends on your investment and savings strategy, with some contextualization regarding 2019’s equity markets. Dow Usually Gets A Small Bump on Easter Monday On April 4, 1994, the Dow opened at 3635.39 after the Easter weekend break. It lost 42.04 points by the market close on Easter Monday that year. The following three years’ of Easter Mondays were all routs.
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