Withfalling on a Saturday this year, some banks weren't open on Friday and others will be closed on Saturday in observance of the federal holiday that honors Americans who served in the military. Post offices will be closed for the holiday.
Are banks open today?
Capital One branches observed Veterans Day on Friday and will be open for their normal hours on Saturday, according to a spokesperson.
Bank of America, Citibank, JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo and U.S. Bank are among the banks that were open for normal hours Friday but will be closed Saturday for the holiday, according to representatives for each institution.
Customers can check with their bank's website to find operating hours for local branches.
Is the post office closed today?
The U.S. Postal Service operated normally on Friday, according to a spokesperson. On Saturday, post offices will be closed, and regular mail won't be delivered.
Express mail will still be delivered on Saturday. Regular mail service will resume on Monday.
FedEx offices will be open on Friday and Saturday, but on Friday, its express service had early on-call pickups in some areas and its ground economy deliveries may have been delayed because of the Postal Service's observance of the holiday. On Saturday, its ground and ground economy services will be closed.
Is the stock market closed for Veterans Day?
The Nasdaq Stock Market and the New York Stock Exchange are closed on Saturdays. The markets were open for trading as usual on Friday.
Later this month, the markets will be closed for, which falls on Nov. 23 this year. The markets will also close early on Black Friday, which is on Nov. 24.
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