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U.S. Market Opening Time In Singapore And Other Basic Information

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This article will show you the opening time of the United States market in Singapore, as well as other important information. If you are interested in investing in the U.S. market, check the information below.

The opening time of U.S. stock markets

US EST:

The premarket is from 4 am to 9.30 am, regular trading hours are from 9.30 am to 4 pm, and the postmarket session is from 4 pm to 8 pm.

Singapore Time:

DST:

Pre-market hours are from 4 pm to 9.30 pm;

Regular trading hours are from 9.30 pm to 4 am;

After hour trading (post- market) are from 4 am to 8 am.

WT:

Pre-market session runs from 5 pm to 10.30 pm;

Regular trading hour runs from 10.30 pm to 5 am;

After hour trading (post- market) session runs from 5 am to 9 am.

For the stock charts, moomoo provides pre-market, intraday, after hour trading (post-market), and full hours on the U.S. market. Depending on their trading strategy, investors and traders can choose one of these stock charts.

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Other basic information about the U.S. market

1. Minimum trading unit for U.S. stocks

In contrast to A shares and stocks traded in Hong Kong, where the minimum trading unit is one lot, the minimum trading unit in the United States is one share.

2. Price movements of stocks traded in the United States

Because single-day price rise and fall limits are not imposed on U.S. stocks the same way they are on A shares, investors need to pay close attention to the movement of stock prices.

3. The day trading of stocks in the United States

Day trading exposes investors to a high level of risk. Please make sure you've familiarized yourself with the Risk Exposure to Intraday Trading before you begin trading.

Day trading is a type of trading in which a client buys or sells positions of a stock or stock option within the same trading day. Day trading is also known as trading stocks. Day trading is also commonly referred to as T+0 trade among industry professionals.

Clients are not subject to frequency or capital limits when they engage in day trading.

4. The mechanism for the settlement and delivery of stocks in the United States

T+2 settlement arrangements apply to U.S. stocks, which means that clearing and settlement will be completed on the second working day following the trade.

5. The stock markets in the United States

The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)

The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) was founded in 1790 and is headquartered in New York City. In April 2007, the New York Stock Exchange and a stock exchange in Europe known as Euronext partnered to form what is now known as NYSE Euronext. Euronext also owns NYSE Arca (formerly the Pacific Exchange).

A company needs to have 400 shareholders and 1.1 million currently outstanding shares to be eligible for listing on the New York Stock Exchange. Both locals and visitors can visit the exchange's facility on Wall Street in New York, even though over eighty percent of trading is now conducted electronically.

Nasdaq Stock Market (NASDAQ)

The Nasdaq is the world's largest screen-based electronic exchange. It was established in 1971 by the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD). Its widespread use can be attributed to the fact that it uses a computerized trading system and is generally more up-to-date than the New York Stock Exchange. It now has lower listing fees than the NYSE does, and it is home to some of the world's most well-known corporations, including the technology goliaths Apple, Google, Amazon, and Microsoft.

American Stock Exchange (AMEX)

The American Stock Exchange (AMEX), situated in New York City and also very popular, was acquired in the year 2008 and is no longer in operation. In contrast to the Nasdaq and the NYSE, the AMEX was essentially focused on exchange-traded funds (ETFs).

Pink Sheet Exchange (P.K.)

The Pink Sheet Exchange is the most essential over-the-counter (OTC) exchange in the United States.

Over-the-Counter (OTC)

Over-the-Counter (OTC) markets are stock exchange markets that take place on the counters of various stock exchange institutions but do not have a formal listing. Shares can be traded on these markets.

Additional exchanges in the U.S.

There are also, depending on the city in which they are situated, some more minor exchanges.

Boston Stock Exchange (BSE)

Chicago Stock Exchange (CHX)

Miami Stock Exchange (MS4X)

National Stock Exchange (NSX)

Philadelphia Stock Exchange (PHLX)

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