There will be no trading in the market today, BSE-NSE holiday on the occasion of Ram Nomi.

Almost all major markets including BSE and NSE will remain closed today on the occasion of Ram Nomi. Due to which there will be no trading in major stock exchanges on Wednesday.

There will be no business in these classes.

In separate notifications, both BSE and NSE have informed that the market will remain closed on April 17 on the occasion of Ram Nomi. At this point, there will be no trading in the derivatives segment on BSE and NSE. According to the notification of the two major stock exchanges, the segments in which trading is going to be suspended today include Equity Segment, Equity Derivatives Segment, SLB Segment, Currency Derivatives Segment and Interest Rate Derivatives Segment.

There will be partial trading on MCX.

Trading on NCDX is also going to be closed today on the occasion of Ram Nomi. However, commodity exchange MCX will open for partial trading. There will be no trading on MCX for the first session today, but the exchange will open for the second session thereafter. This means that there will be no trading on MCX in the first session from 9 am to 5 pm, but there will be normal trading in the second session starting from 5 pm.

Last week was also a holiday.

Apart from the weekend, this is the second stock market holiday in the month of April. Earlier, the domestic stock market had an Eid holiday during the last week. The market was also closed on April 11 on the occasion of Eid. However, now there is no stock holiday in the month of April after Ram Nomi.

Other Stock Market Holidays This Year

After today, the next market holiday will be on the first of next month i.e. 1st May. There will be a holiday in the market on May 1 due to Maharashtra Day. After which the market will be closed on June 17 on the occasion of Eid. Muharram holiday will be held on July 17 in the stock market. The market will be closed on August 15 on the occasion of Independence Day. Similarly, there will be market holidays on October 2nd Gandhi Jayanti, November 1st Diwali, November 15th Guru Nanak Jayanti and December 25th Christmas.

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