How to watch the stock market tomorrow with MarketWatch

Markets are open on Monday and markets are set to close on Tuesday.

Markets open at 5:30 a.m.

ET, close at 4:30 p.m., and close at 2 p., with the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 both set to go down for the day.

Markets close at 7 p.M.

ET. 

On Tuesday, markets open at 3:00 p.:m.

EST, close on 2:00 a.M., and end at 1:00 noon EST. 

The Dow is down more than 100 points, and the Standard & Poor’s 500 is down nearly 100 points. 

As stocks close, there is a wide range of trading activity, with some markets trading higher than others. 

S&amp. 

50 is down almost 20 points from its close in March. 

BATS 50 is up a little more than 3 points, but it has lost about 2% of its value since then. 

Vanguard is down a bit more than 1% from its April 30 close, but has rallied about 4% this year. 

CME Group, the world’s largest futures exchange, is down about 3% from a high of 1,826 on March 15. 

And the Nasdaq is down just over 5% from the closing of the March trading day on March 16. 

In some cases, markets close as early as 5:00 AM ET, but others close as late as 7:00 PM ET.