Due to Ram Navami, the Indian stock market will remain closed on March 30, 2023. The interest rate derivatives segment, equity derivatives segment, SLB segment, and currency derivatives segment will remain closed, according to the BSE website.
On Friday, March 31, trading will resume on the NSE and BSE. Walk 30 will be the last occasion for the securities exchange in the ongoing monetary year (FY23).
Today, at 5 p.m., the Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX) will open for business.
Holidays in the stock market: The BSE’s list of trading holidays for 2023 states that, with the exception of today’s holiday, the stock market will remain closed for an additional 12 days in 2023. The stock market will take three days off in April alone.
For Mahavir Jayanti, markets will remain closed on April 4. Then, on Good Friday, April 7, it will be closed.
There will be a business occasion on fourteenth April because of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Jayanti.
The first of May is a business holiday to celebrate Maharashtra Day.
Due to Bakrid, markets will remain closed on June 28.
The stock market will take a day off on August 15 to celebrate Independence Day.
Due to the celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi, the market will be closed on September 19th.
In October, the stock market has a two-day holiday. Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti falls on October 2 and Dussehra falls on October 24.
On November 14 and November 27, markets will remain closed to observe Guru Nanak Jayanti and Diwali Balipratipada, respectively. On the other hand, Diwali-themed trading will take place on November 12.
Due to Christmas, markets will remain closed on December 25.
|March 30||Ram Navami||Thursday|
|april 4||Mahavir Jayanti||Tuesday|
|7th April||good Friday||Friday|
|April 14||Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar Jayanti||Friday|
|May 1||maharashtra day||monday|
|June 28||bakrid eid||Wednesday|
|August 15||Independence Day||Tuesday|
|19 September||Ganesh Chaturthi||Tuesday|
|October 2||Gandhi Jayanti||monday|
|14 November||Diwali Balipratipada||Tuesday|
|november 27||Guru Nanak Jayanti||monday|