This Day in Business History: NYSE Ends Saturday Session

September 29, 1952: The New York Stock Exchange ended the Saturday trading session to create a five day work-week. To even out the reduced number of days, a half hour was added to the close of the Monday-Friday trading sessions. That made the sessions open from 10AM -3:30PM.

Sources: MarketWatch, Friends of Business History

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