Tue. Sep 26th, 2023
US Stock Market Holiday List 2023

Market holidays refer to the non-weekend days when the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), Nasdaq, and bond markets are closed for the day. The NYSE and Nasdaq have the same holiday schedule, with a total of nine holidays per year. Additionally, these stock exchanges have two partial holidays annually, where they close early on the day after Thanksgiving (known as Black Friday) and on Christmas Eve. On these days, the main trading session runs from 9:30 AM to 1 PM, as opposed to the regular schedule of 9:30 AM to 4 PM. It is important for investors to keep track of these holidays, as they can affect the trading volume and potentially impact the performance of their investments.

If a holiday falls on a weekend, stock markets may close on the Friday before the holiday. Similarly, if the holiday falls on a Sunday, markets normally close the following Monday.

US Stock Market Holiday List 2023

The following is a complete list of major US holidays as determined by the NYSE and NASDAQ:

02 January 2023New Year’s DayMonday
16 January 2023Martin Luther King, Jr. DayMonday
20 February 2023George Washington’s BirthdayMonday
07 April 2023Good FridayFriday
29 May 2023Memorial DayMonday
19 June 2023Juneteenth National Independence DayMonday
04 July 2023Independence DayTuesday
04 September 2023Labor DayMonday
23 November 2023Thanksgiving DayThursday
25 December 2023Christmas DayMonday

Note: Please keep in mind that the holidays indicated are for 2023. All times are given in Eastern Standard Time (EST).

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