More than a dozen big U.S. stock exchanges are expected to offer new trading opportunities on Monday, as the U.K. leaves the European Union.
BMO’s trading platform will open for trading from 2 p.m.
ET on Monday.
Trading platforms will include:The U.C.L.A. exchange, which was founded in 2007 and has more than 200,000 members, will also offer trading on Monday for the first time.
The Toronto Stock Exchange and the Toronto District School Board exchange will also open on Monday and offer trading.
The Uphold exchange, owned by BlackRock, is expected to open at noon ET.
The Chicago Board Options Exchange, which is one of the largest in the country, is slated to open its doors for trading at noon.
The New York Stock Exchange is expected also to open in the afternoon.
Wall Street was jolted by the U., and the Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 554 points.
S stocks were hammered after the Brexit vote and a sharp decline in the euro.
The S&P 500 lost 2,846 points, or 5.5%.
The Nasdaq was down 6.3%.
The Dow Jones industrial average lost 19,923 points,or 2.8%.
The Russell 2000 lost 13,061 points,(0.7%).
The FTSE 100 lost 6,865 points,(-1.4%).
The S&P 500 fell 9,961 points.
The Nasd lost 13.6%.
The Nasdaq is down 2.7%.
The S and P 500 are both down 3.9%.
The S and FTSEs are both up 4.3% over the past month.