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Stock Market holiday: NSE, BSE to remain shut for Mahavir Jayanti today

The stock market will be closed today because the whole country will be celebrating Mahavir Jayanti. The BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange) and NSE (National Stock Exchange) will be closed for the whole session on Tuesday, April 4, 2023, in observance of Mahavir Jayanti.

Thus, for those who are unsure if the stock market is open today or not, the NSE and BSE will be closed.

According to the stock market holiday 2023, which is published on the BSE website and stated above, there will be no movement in the equity, equity derivative, and SLB segments today. Trade in the currency derivative segment will also be stopped today.

According to the list of stock market holidays in April 2023, this is the first stock market holiday of the month. There will be two additional stock market holidays in April, on the 7th and 14th of April.

The stock market will be closed on Good Friday, April 7, 2023, and Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar Jayanti, April 14, 2023.

Moreover, stock markets are closed on weekends, i.e., Saturdays and Sundays.

Stock market holidays in coming months

The BSE and NSE will be closed on May 1 for Maharashtra Day, while trading will be stopped on June 28 for Bakri Id festivities. July has no official holidays.

On August 15, India will celebrate 75 years since it got rid of British rule. This will also stop trade.Ganesh Chaturthi falls on September 19, and Gandhi Jayanti falls on October 2. Both holidays will result in market closures.On October 24, the stock markets will shut for Dussehra.

The month of November contains two official holidays as well as muhurat trade on November 12th for Diwali and Laxmi Puja. The times have not yet been announced. Diwali Balipratipada will be celebrated on November 14, followed by Gurunanak Jayanti on November 27. The year’s last holiday, December 25, will be observed by many as Christmas.

The NSE and BSE will both be closed for 15 days this year, with trading in the ‘currency derivatives section’ and ‘NDS-RST and Tri Party Repo’ staying suspended for a total of 19 days. Gudhipadwa (March 22), Buddha Pournima (May 5), Parsi New Year (August 16), and Id-e-Milad (September 28) are the extra trade holidays for this sector.

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