Easter Monday is a public holiday that is celebrated in many countries, particularly those with a significant Christian population. It falls on the Monday after Easter Sunday and is a time for family gatherings, Easter egg hunts, and other festivities.
In terms of stock markets, the impact of Easter Monday on stock markets varies depending on the country and region. For example, the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the NASDAQ in the United States, the London Stock Exchange (LSE) in the United Kingdom, and the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) in Australia may see reduced trading activity as people take time off to celebrate the holiday. In some cases, these stock markets may close early or not be open at all on Easter Monday.