Is the Indian stock market open today?

Stock Market opened ?

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Given that the country is commemorating Eid-Ul-Fitr, or Eid 2024, some Indian stock market investors may be puzzled as to whether or not the Indian share market is open today. For these investors, it’s best to visit, the official website of the BSE, and check out the calendar of stock market holidays for 2024. To obtain an official response to the query of whether the Indian stock market is open today or not, one must consult the list of trading holidays for 2024, which is available on the previously stated official BSE website.

Is the stock market open today or not?

The Indian stock market was closed on Thursday (11/04/2024), which is Gudi Padwa 2024, by the schedule of stock market holidays that may be found on the BSE website. This implies that trading in the Indian share market will continue to be banned at the BSE and NSE today. According to the schedule of stock market holidays for 2024, there will be two trade holidays in April 2024: April 11, which is today, and April 17, 2024.

According to the calendar of stock market holidays for 2024, the Ram Navami Festivel is scheduled for April 17, 2024, which is the next trade holiday following Eid 2024. The Indian stock market will therefore have a shortened week as trading on the NSE and BSE will not resume on Wednesday of next week. There won’t be any stock market holidays in April 2024 following Ram Navmi 2024.

Holidays for the stock market in May 2024

Originally, May 20,24 had just one stock market holiday, which fell on May 1st in observance of Maharashtra Day. However, an additional stock market holiday has been scheduled for May 20, 2024, due to the Lok Sabha election. Thus, May 2024 will see two stock market holidays.

There is only one stock market holiday in June and July. The 17th day of the month in June 2024 will see the Indian stock market closed in observance of Bakdi Eid, while the 17th day of the month in July 2024 would see the NSE and BSE remain closed in observance of Muharram.




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