On what day will the stock market be closed this week, know why there will be 2 days off in the currency market?

Stock Market Holidays: The country is going to celebrate its 77th Independence Day on Tuesday, August 15. The country’s stock market is also going to remain closed on the national holiday on the occasion of the 76th anniversary of independence. National Stock Exchange (NSE) and Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) will have a holiday tomorrow on the occasion of Independence Day. There will be no action in both the major indices on this day and the stock market will be trading live on Wednesday after today.

Information provided on BSE website

There will be no trend in the country’s stock market on the occasion of Independence Day, but there will be a holiday for trading in the currency market and multi-commodity exchange. According to the BSE website, there will be no trading in equity segment, equity derivative segment and SLB segment on August 15. Both the morning session and the evening session of the commodity market will remain closed for trading on Tuesday.

The currency market will remain closed for two days this week.

The currency market will remain closed for two days this week. This is because there will be no trading in currency derivatives on the occasion of Independence Day on August 15, while there will be no trading in the currency market on the occasion of Parsi New Year (Nowruz) on August 16.

How often will the stock market be closed in the future?

Other holidays this year include Ganesh Chaturthi (September 19), Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti (October 2), Dussehra (October 24), Diwali Bali Pratipada (November 14), Guru Nanak Jayanti (November 27) and Christmas (December). 25) Stock market shall not be traded.

How did the market open today?

In today’s trade, the BSE’s 30-share index opened down 168.85 points or 0.26 per cent at 65,153. On the other hand, NSE’s 50-share index Nifty opened down 44.35 points or 0.23 per cent at 19,383.

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