NSE & BSE Holidays 2024 – List of NSE Trading Market Holidays in India

NSE & BSE Holiday 2024 – Published by the Stock Exchange Based on Trading Sectors. Get the List of NSE & BSE holidays for Equity, Derivative, SLB, and commodity Segment in 2024.

NSE & BSE Holidays 2024

 

NSE (National Stock Exchange) is Bharat’s Leading & Largest Stock Exchange. It has become the 07 th Largest Stock Exchange in The World with a Market Capitalization of More than US$ 4.5 Monthly trade volume (USD bn).

 

The NSE Conducts Smooth & Seamless Trading Facilities Around The year. It is open For trading from 9.15 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. (Normal Session) on Weekdays, offering a Trading Session of 6 hours & 15 Minutes. NSE Trading holidays are observed on both Saturdays and Sundays. On these Trading Holidays 2024, No Trading Takes Place in the Equity Sector, Equity Derivative Segment, & SLB Segment.

 

Apart From Weekends, Specific National & Cultural Holidays Fall Under The NSE Holiday List. The 2024 NSE Market Holidays Are Observed on The Following Occasions.

 

NSE Trading Holidays List 2024 – Equity Segment, Equity Derivative Segment & SLB Segment

 

Sr. No. Stock Market Holiday 2024    Date Day
 1Republic DayJanuary 26, 2024Friday
 2MahashivratriMarch 08, 2024Friday
 3HoliMarch 25, 2024Monday
 4Good FridayMarch 29, 2024Friday
 5Id-Ul-Fitr (Ramadan Eid)April 11, 2024Thursday
 6Shri Ram NavamiApril 17, 2024Wednesday
 7Maharashtra DayMay 01, 2024Wednesday
 8Bakri IdJune 17, 2024Monday
 9MoharramJuly 17, 2024Wednesday
10Independence Day/Parsi New YearAugust 15, 2024Thursday
11Mahatma Gandhi JayantiOctober 02, 2024Wednesday
12Diwali Laxmi PujanNovember 01, 2024Friday
13Gurunanak JayantiNovember 15, 2024Friday
14ChristmasDecember 25, 2024Wednesday

 

Note: As per NSE Notification, markets to open remain on 20th January 2024, till 3:30 PM, and declared Trading Holiday on 22nd January 2024, declared under the Negotiable Instrument Act.

 

Holidays Falling on Saturday / Sunday are as Follows

Below-mentioned the Indian stock market holidays that fall on Saturday/Sunday-

 

SR. No.HolidaysDateDay
1.Dr. baba Saheb Ambedkar JayantiApril 14, 2024Sunday
2.Shri Mahavir JayantiApril 21, 2024Sunday
3.Ganesh ChaturthiSeptember 07, 2024Saturday
4.DussehraOctober 12, 2024Saturday
5.Diwali-BalipratipadaNovember 02, 2024Saturday

 

*Muhurat Trading will be conducted on Friday, November 01, 2024. Timings of Muhurat Trading shall be notified subsequently.

You may also want to know about the share market holidays 2024 – BSE Holiday List 2024.

 

Trading Holidays for the Calendar of Year 2024 for Commodity Derivatives Segment.

 

Following are the stock market holidays 2024 (trading holidays) for the current year for the Commodity Derivatives Segment-

 

Sr. No. HolidaysDateDay
1.Republic DayJanuary 26, 2024Friday
2.MahashivratriMarch 08, 2024Friday
3.HoliMarch 25, 2024Monday
4.Good FridayMarch 29, 2024Friday
5.Id-Ul-Fitr (Ramdan Eid)April 11, 2024Thursday
6.Shri Ram NavamiApril 17, 2024Wednesday
7.Maharashtra DayMay 01, 2024Wednesday
8.Bakri IdJune 17, 2024Monday
9.MoharramJuly 17, 2024Wednesday
10.Independence Day/Parsi New YearAugust 15, 2024Thursday
11.Mahatma Gandhi JayantiOctober 02, 2024Wednesday
12.Diwali Laxmi Pujan*November 01, 2024Friday
13.Gurunanak JayantiNovember 15, 2024Friday
14.ChristmasDecember 25, 2024Wednesday

 

Morning session – 9:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Evening session – 05:00 PM to 11:30/11:55 PM

 

*5:00 PM to 9:00 PM/9:30 PM for Internationally linked Agricultural commodities

 

*Muhurat Trading will be conducted on Friday, November 01, 2024. Timings of Muhurat Trading shall be notified subsequently. 

 

Muhurat Trading

 

Muhurat Trading is an auspicious stock market trading occasion wherein the trading happens for an entire hour on Diwali, which is one of the most celebrated festivals in India. This year, Muhurat Trading will be conducted on November 01, 2024 (Friday).

 

FAQs

 

Is tomorrow a holiday for NSE?

 

The National Stock Exchange (NSE) is open 5 days a week from Monday to Friday and is closed on Saturdays and Sundays except during any special festival or government holiday session declared.

 

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