On Friday, November 28th traders are back to work on Wall Street following the Thanksgiving holiday but the stock and bond market is scheduled to close early. It's Black Friday, the biggest U.S. shopping day of the year. Shoppers will be out in full force in search of the best deals. Economists expect Black Friday to kick off a sales run for this holiday season, with popular products expected to include electronics, computers and tablets, and phones. Wall Street sees Black Friday as an important gauge of both holiday spending and the state of the economy. On the economic calendar, we note the Fed balance sheet and money supply figures.