#Independence Day


Are markets trading Monday in observance of Independence Day?

The Fourth of July fell on Sunday this year, so various U.S. markets are observing the holiday Monday. Equity markets will be closed, but there will be trading in the futures markets -- including stocks, oil and gold -- until 1 p.m. ET. Trading in futures will resume normally at 6 p.m.
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Celebrate Independence Day and the day after in Naperville

Above / Happy Independence Day! Throughout the year, the Naperville Riverwalk provides the natural setting for many annual charity walks, concerts and special events. In 2018, thanks to funds raised by the Riverwalk Foundation’s Duck Race (on hiatus again for 2021) a new flag pole and American flag were placed near the Riverwalk Covered Bridge at Webster Street near the Naperville Township Building.
Argus Observer Online

Ron Verini: Anger created Independence Day

Our military is the most important part of the reason we celebrate our independence from a foreign power. If it was not for the blood, sweat and tears of our military up to that point, we would not have been able to declare our independence from England. Even back then, our 13 colonies were not in full agreement of the Declaration of Independence: nine voted yes, two voted no, one was undecided and one abstained.

Statement from Governor Phil Scott on Independence Day

Vermont Business Magazine Governor Phil Scott today issued the following statement celebrating Independence Day:. “After 16 long and difficult months dealing with a once-in-a-century pandemic, this Independence Day, Vermonters are together once again, celebrating the birth of our great nation with friends and family. Many around the state will be attending parades, cookouts and firework displays - heading to state parks, the lake or downtown, with a new sense of independence, born from our collective efforts, hard work and determination in our battle against COVID-19.
Paste Magazine

Today We Celebrate Independence Day Turning 25

For three decades, Roland Emmerich has been getting paid good money to blow iconic landmarks the absolute fuck up. It isn’t the director’s only trick, but it’s clearly one he relishes. Whether he’s nuking space-pyramids, covering the Statue of Liberty in an ice-tsunami, or just causing most of the world to sort of … swallow itself (?), Emmerich’s movies have things like characters and plot in them, but they are usually pretty secondary to the fireworks and natural disasters.
Washington Post

On July 4th, thousands in D.C. celebrate a nearly normal Independence Day

Thousands of Americans poured into the nation’s capital Sunday, welcomed beneath a firework-lit sky by a city eager to host an Independence Day that resembled some version of a normal one. In a moment when the pandemic is finally easing, the day began with maskless actors dressed as George and...
Voice of America

US Celebrates Independence Day 2021

The Fourth of July is celebrated as America’s Independence Day in observance of July 4, 1776, when representatives from the 13 colonies that became the United States approved the historic Declaration of Independence, a grand announcement of the colonies’ self-declared independence from England. The Fourth of July has been a...

Happy Independence Day!

It is our custom/tradition to celebrate United States’ Independence Day here in Villa Taverna. Unfortunately, this year it was not possible. However, we are honored to be able to host Minister Di Maio and Secretary of State Blinken to commemorate July 4th in the spirit of friendship between our countries.

Music City breaks attendance record celebrating Independence Day

NASHVILLE (WSMV) - Music City celebrated Independence Day with a bang breaking its own attendance record yesterday. City officials say 350,000 people came out to Nashville's Let Freedom Sing! Fourth of July event yesterday. The new record breaks the last one from 2019 by about 7,000 people. As well as...