Stock market holidays 2021 – nse holidays

stock market holidays 2021

Both National Stock Exchange and Bombay Stock Exchange are the leading stock exchanges in India. The trading time for NSE and BSE is 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM. Both of them are open on the weekdays from Monday to Friday and closed on Weekends Saturday and Sunday. To keep you notified of the Holidays, we are providing you this stock market holidays list 2021.

Stock Market Holidays India

The list of trading holidays for 2021 are usually published by stock exchanges in India. Where you can also find all the stock market/ stock exchange holidays list here on investobull.com. The stock market in India is closed on account of the Government’s announced holidays. 

Let’s look at BSE NSE holidays list for 2021

Also Read : Stock Market timings in India

NSE Trading Holidays 2021

During the NSE India Holidays, nobody is allowed to trade in the Indian stock markets – i.e no buy and sell options are available. 

NSE Holidays follows the calendar of Stock market india Holidays. Here are the list of holidays for NSE

NSE Holiday ListDateDay
Republic Days26th January 2021Tuesday
Mahashivaratri11th March 2021Thursday
Holi26th March 2021Monday
Good Friday02nd April 2021Friday
Dr. Babsaheb Ambedkar Jayanthi14th April 2021Wednesday
Ram Navmi21st April 2021Wednesday
Ramzan-id(Id-ul-fitar)13th May 2021    Thursday
Bakri-id21st July 2021Wednesday
Moharrum19th August 2021Thursday
Ganesh Chaturthi10th September 2021Friday
Dasara15th October 2021Friday
Diwali Amavasya(Muhurat Trading)04th November 2021Thursday
Diwali Amavasya(Muhurat Trading)05th November 2021Friday
Guru Nanak Jayanti19th November 2021Friday
Christmas25th December 2021Saturday

BSE Trading Holidays 2021

During the BSE India Holidays, nobody is allowed to trade in the Indian stock markets – i.e no buy and sell options are available. 

Below is the BSE Holiday list for 2021

BSE HolidaysDateDay
Republic Days26th January 2021Tuesday
Mahashivaratri11th March 2021Thursday
Holi26th March 2021Monday
Good Friday02nd April 2021Friday
Dr. Babsaheb Ambedkar Jayanthi14th April 2021Wednesday
Ram Navmi21st April 2021Wednesday
Ramzan-id(Id-ul-fitar)13th May 2021    Thursday
Bakri-id21st July 2021Wednesday
Moharrum19th August 2021Thursday
Ganesh Chaturthi10th September 2021Friday
Dasara15th October 2021Friday
Diwali Amavasya(Muhurat Trading)04th November 2021Thursday
Diwali Amavasya(Muhurat Trading)05th November 2021Friday
Guru Nanak Jayanthi19th November 2021Friday
Christmas25th December 2021Saturday

MCX Trading Holidays 2021

Here is the list of MCX Trading Holidays 2021 for Commodity Trading (MCX/NCDEX)

MCX HolidaysDateDayMorning SessionEvening Session
New Year Day01st January 2021FridayOpenClosed
Mahashivratri11th March 2021ThursdayClosedOpen
Holi29th March 2021MondayClosedOpen
Good Friday02nd April 2021FridayClosedClosed
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Jayanthi14th April 2021WednesdayClosedOpen
Ram Navami21st April 2021WednesdayClosedClosed
Eid-Ul-Fitr (Ramzan Id)25th May 2021ThursdayClosedOpen
Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti02nd October 2021SaturdayClosedClosed
Diwali Laxmi Puja04th November 2021ThursdayClosedOpen
Diwali Balipratipada05th November 2021MondayClosedOpen
Gurunanak Jayanti30th November 2021MondayClosedOpen
Christmas25th December 2021MondayClosedClosed

Note: During the holidays MCX, the trading session will start from 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM in the morning and the evening session will start from 05:00 PM to 11:30 PM or 11:55 PM.

NSE BSE Holidays Falling on Saturday/Sundays

Holidays on Saturday/SundayDateDay
Mahivir Jayanti25th April 2021Sunday
Maharashtra Day01st May 2021Saturday
Independence Day15th August 2021Sunday
Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti02nd October 2021Saturday
Christmas25th December 2021Sunday

What are stock market holidays in 2021

Above post has all the stock market holidays listed

Is stock market open today?

Stock market remains open on all weekdays monday to friday . Its close on weekends as well as on holidays specified above

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