Stock Market Holidays in 2023
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When it’s Independence Day on August 15th, the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and the National Stock Exchange (NSE) will be closed. That means you can’t buy or sell stocks on that day. This break applies to three types of trading: the Equity Segment, Equity Derivative Segment, and SLB Segment.
Understanding Trading Days
Most of the time, you can trade stocks on any regular day except weekends and special holidays. In August, there are eight days when the stock market won’t open. These days are because of weekends and the official holiday, Independence Day.
List of Past and Future Holidays
Already, eight holidays have passed in 2023:
- Republic Day (January 26)
- Holi (March 7)
- Ram Navami (March 30)
- Mahavir Jayanti (April 4)
- Good Friday (April 7)
- Ambedkar Jayanti (April 14)
- Maharashtra Day (May 1)
- Bakri Id (June 28)
But there are more holidays to come:
- Ganesh Chaturthi (September 19)
- Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti (October 2)
- Dussehra (October 24)
- Diwali Balipratipada (November 14)
- Guru Nanak Jayanti (November 27)
- Christmas (December 25)
What This Means for You
If you invest or trade in the stock market, these holidays are important. You can’t trade on Independence Day, and these other holidays might also affect your plans. It’s a good idea to remember them when you make decisions about buying and selling stocks.
To sum up, the BSE and NSE will be closed on Independence Day, August 15th. Trading won’t happen for three types of trading. Eight holidays have already passed this year, and six more are on the way. Remembering these dates will help you plan your stock trading better.
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