Stock market holidays 2023: NSE and BSE will remain closed on these 15 days

The Indian inventory market will observe 15 holidays this 12 months. The secondary market will have two extra buying and selling holidays this 12 months as in comparison with 2022. The most variety of inventory market holidays fall within the month of April whereas February and July don’t have any off days.

According to particulars shared on the BSE web site, the primary vacation of the 12 months will be Republic Day on January 26. Following this the market will remain open until March 07 when many individuals throughout the nation have a good time Holi. Later in March the bourses will additionally remain closed for Ram Navami. 

The month of April has three holidays, with buying and selling paused on Mahavir Jayanti (April 04), Good Friday (April 07) and Ambedkar Jayanti (April 14) for the fairness, fairness spinoff and SLB segments. On May 1 the BSE and NSE will remain closed for Maharashtra Day, whereas in June buying and selling will be suspended for Bakri Id celebrations on the twenty eighth. There isn’t any official vacation within the month of July.

Trading will even be closed on August 15 as India celebrates the completion of 75 years of freedom from British rule. The bourses will shut for Ganesh Chaturthi on September 19, adopted by one other vacation on October 2 for Gandhi Jayanti. Later in October the inventory markets will shut for Dussehra on October 24.

The month of November has two official holidays, in addition to the supply of muhurat buying and selling on the twelfth for Diwali and Laxmi Puja. The timings haven’t been notified but. Diwali Balipratipada will be marked on November 14, adopted by Gurunanak Jayanti on November 27. The closing vacation of the 12 months will fall on December 25 as many mark Christmas.

The NSE and BSE with each remain shut for 15 days this 12 months, with buying and selling for the ‘currency derivatives segment’ and ‘NDS-RST and Tri Party Repo’ remaining closed for a complete of 19 days.  Gudhipadwa (March 22), Buddha Pournima (May 05), Parsi New Year (August 16) and Id-E-Milad (September 28) are the extra buying and selling holidays for this phase.

Here’s a full record of the buying and selling holidays for 2023 – Equity Segment, Equity Derivative Segment and SLB Segment

Republic Day January 26 (Thursday)
Holi March 07 (Tuesday)
Ram Navami March 30 (Thursday)
Mahavir Jayanti April 04 (Tuesday)
Good Friday April 07 (Friday)
Dr. BR Ambedkar Jayanti April 14 (Friday)
Maharashtra Day May 01 (Monday)
Bakri Id June 28 (Wednesday)
Independence Day August 15 (Tuesday)
Ganesh Chaturthi September 19 (Tuesday)
Gandhi Jayanti October 02 (Monday)
Dussehra October 24 (Tuesday)
Diwali Balipratipada November 14 (Tuesday)
Gurunanak Jayanti November 27 (Monday)
Christmas December 25 (Monday)


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