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Stock market Holidays in 2021.

In 2021, stock market has several holidays in brief. Generally, Stock market in India will remain closed on Saturdays and Sundays. Apart from these weekends, stock exchanges in India would be closed particularly on Public holidays (National or State holidays). 2021 will have 14 holidays significantly as listed below.

Sl. No. Holiday Date Day
1 Republic Day 26-Jan-2021 Tuesday
2 Maha Shivratri 11-Mar-2021 Thursday
3 Holi 29-Mar-2021 Monday
4 Good Friday 02-Apr-2021 Friday
5 Ambedkar Jayanti 14-Apr-2021 Wednesday
6 Ram Navami 21-Apr-2021 Wednesday
7 Mahavir Jayanti 25-Apr-2021 Sunday
8 Maharashtra Day 01-May-2021 Saturday
9 Id-Ul-Fitr 13-May-2021 Thursday
10 Bakri Id 21-Jul-2021 Wednesday
11 Independence Day 15-Aug-2021 Sunday
12 Muharram 19-Aug-2021 Thursday
13 Ganesh Chaturthi 10-Sep-2021 Friday
14 Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti 02-Oct-2021 Saturday
15 Dussehra 15-Oct-2021 Friday
16 Diwali 05-Nov-2021 Friday
17 Guru Nanak Jayanti 19-Nov-2021 Friday
18 Christmas 25-Dec-2021 Saturday

Significantly, these are some of the holidays for stock market in India. Moreover, Equities trading happens all days of the week except Saturdays, Sundays and any pre-announced holidays by the Exchange. Equities trading timing is given below specifically.

Regular trading: For the most part, Market opens at 09:15 hrs and Market closes at 15:30 hrs .

Pre-open session: Without delay, Order entry and open: 09:00 hrs, Order entry and close: 09:08 hrs

Pre-open order matching starts straightaway after the close of order entry.

Morning Block Deal Window: particularly between 08:45 am and 09:00 am.

Afternoon Block Deal Window:  presently between 02:05 pm and 02:25 pm.

Closing Session: particularly between 15:40 hrs and 16:00 hrs.

Furthermore, the exchange could close the market for days other than the scheduled holidays. They could also open the market for the declared holidays. Additionally, if it feels like a need, the exchange may extend or reduce the trading hours.

 

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