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May trading wraps up...the n-y-s-e floor reopens...and a new streaming service launches - all in the week ahead the final week of may is a holiday-shortened one.
The markets are closed on monday for memorial day.
After a wild february, march and april, the dow is basically flat for may, with one week to go.
On tuesday, trading resumes on the floor of the new york stock exchange after a 9-week hiatus due to the pandemic.
Only about one quarter of the floor brokers will participate in the partial reopening.
While the floor has been closed, the exchange's electronic platforms remained opened for trading over the past couple of months.
A few big retail and tech names are releasing earnings during the week.
On the retail front, autozone, ralph lauren, dollar general, costco and nordstrom are among those reporting.
Tech companies salesforce, h-p, dell and box are all scheduled to post results too.
Needing some more home entertainment?
On wednesday, hbo launches its highly-anticipated hbo max streaming service.
For about 15 dollars a month, users can access 10 thousand hours of content, including original hbo max shows.
Hbo's regular content is also included, as are many shows from different warner media properties