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S&P 500 anomaly on Monday
On Monday, the Dow and the Nasdaq opened significantly lower than the S&P. The futures on the S&P showed it hitting around 1830 right at the open which is where the "equivalent" open of the Dow and Nasdaq were. How come it officially only went to 1867, when if you look at a chart of how the other indices opened, the S&P would've hit ~1830 as the futures indicated. Were there circuit breakers enacted on the S&P that were not on other indices? The reason I ask is because I am trying to determine whether that key support level was technically reached or not. There were trades on the SPY that were the equivalent of S&P 1830 at the open as well, confirming the futures and also in-line with the other indices open. (Note: You can also see this distortion by the extreme rally in the Dow and Nasdaq compared to the stagnant S&P 500 in the first few minutes of trading).