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The stock markets in the U.S. and worldwide generally close on or around certain holidays. In the U.S. these include Christmas, Thanksgiving, New Year’s Day, and several others. Holiday closures are important to active traders and investors who may want to execute a particular transaction within a certain timeframe.What are the US stock market holidays?
Stock market holidays are non-weekend business days when the two major U.S. stock exchanges, the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the Nasdaq, are closed for the day. These holidays typically closely follow federal holiday schedules, as they are usually ...Is Good Friday a stock market holiday?
Good Friday is not a federal holiday, so government services will not be closed but many companies will observe the religious holiday. With this uncertainty, you may not be sure if any of the stock markets will be open on Good Friday for you to buy or sell.What are Stock Exchange holidays?
Stock market holidays are when the New York Stock Exchange, Nasdaq, and bond markets are closed for the day. In some cases, a holiday may occur on a Saturday, so the Friday before it will also be considered an NYSE market holiday. Similarly, if a holiday occurs on a Sunday, the market will most likely be closed on the following Monday.