A new market that has been trading for weeks in the U.S. stock market is poised to hit its peak on Monday, but investors are wary of the possible disruption caused by its sudden surge.
Read moreNew markets to hit New York and the Dow are expected to rise on Monday.
They could be a boon for those looking to sell stocks, and help to push prices higher.
The market is expected to trade up 1.4 percent, according to the CBOE Volatility index, which measures volatility in the market.
The Dow is the largest U.K. stock index and the biggest U.A.E. index, according the Financial Times.
It was trading at 1,984.17 on Monday when the market peaked on Jan. 7, a spike that sent its index plummeting about 200 points.
The Dow closed at 1.49, up about 100 points.
The Nasdaq is the second-biggest U.U.S.-based stock index.
The New York Stock Exchange, which is the most-traded stock exchange in the world, is also expected to post its biggest-ever day of trading on Monday morning.
It will open at 5 a.m.
ET, but could be more open on Monday because of a snowstorm that is expected in the region.
The S&P 500 is expected hit by the storm.
Its latest session is expected between 2 p.m., when the index closes, and 5 p.M., when it opens, according Dow Jones data.
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