NSE Holidays 2023 - List of NSE Trading Market Holidays in India

NSE Holidays 2023 - List of NSE Trading Market Holidays in India

NSE Holidays 2023: A Quick Overview

The National Stock Exchange (NSE), India's largest stock exchange with a market capitalization surpassing US$ 3.4 trillion, observes holidays throughout the year. Regular trading hours are from 9:15 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on weekdays, but trading is halted on both Saturdays and Sundays.

In 2023, NSE trading holidays include national and cultural events:

  1. Republic Day (Jan 26)

  2. Holi (Mar 07)

  3. Ram Navami (Mar 30)

  4. Mahavir Jayanti (Apr 04)

  5. Good Friday (Apr 07)

  6. Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar Jayanti (Apr 14)

  7. Id-ul-fitr (Apr 22)

  8. Maharashtra Day (May 01)

  9. Id-ul-adha (Jun 29)

  10. Independence Day (Aug 15)

  11. Ganesh Chaturthi (Sep 19)

  12. Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti (Oct 02)

  13. Dussehra (Oct 24)

  14. Diwali Balipratipada (Nov 14)

  15. Gurunanak Jayanti (Nov 27)

  16. Christmas (Dec 25)

Weekend holidays (Saturday/Sunday) include Mahashivratri (Feb 18), Id-Ul-Fitr (Apr 22), Muharram (Jul 29), and Diwali Laxmi-Pujan (Nov 12 - Muhurat Trading).

Additionally, Commodity Derivatives Segment holidays for 2023 are aligned with the Equity Segment, with specific sessions for each holiday.

Stay informed and plan your trading activities accordingly with this concise guide to NSE holidays in 2023.


NSE Holidays 2023: A Quick Overview

The National Stock Exchange (NSE), India's largest stock exchange with a market capitalization surpassing US$ 3.4 trillion, observes holidays throughout the year. Regular trading hours are from 9:15 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on weekdays, but trading is halted on both Saturdays and Sundays.

In 2023, NSE trading holidays include national and cultural events:

  1. Republic Day (Jan 26)

  2. Holi (Mar 07)

  3. Ram Navami (Mar 30)

  4. Mahavir Jayanti (Apr 04)

  5. Good Friday (Apr 07)

  6. Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar Jayanti (Apr 14)

  7. Id-ul-fitr (Apr 22)

  8. Maharashtra Day (May 01)

  9. Id-ul-adha (Jun 29)

  10. Independence Day (Aug 15)

  11. Ganesh Chaturthi (Sep 19)

  12. Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti (Oct 02)

  13. Dussehra (Oct 24)

  14. Diwali Balipratipada (Nov 14)

  15. Gurunanak Jayanti (Nov 27)

  16. Christmas (Dec 25)

Weekend holidays (Saturday/Sunday) include Mahashivratri (Feb 18), Id-Ul-Fitr (Apr 22), Muharram (Jul 29), and Diwali Laxmi-Pujan (Nov 12 - Muhurat Trading).

Additionally, Commodity Derivatives Segment holidays for 2023 are aligned with the Equity Segment, with specific sessions for each holiday.

Stay informed and plan your trading activities accordingly with this concise guide to NSE holidays in 2023.


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