Why Share Market is Closed Today?

The year 2021 will have 13 stock market holidays including 5 extended weekends because of holidays failing either on Monday or Friday. Check out the answer to your question, “Why Share Market is Closed Today?

Indian Stock Market remains closed on Sunday and Saturday, and apart from weekly holidays, the stock exchange in India also remains closed on national and state holidays.

Why Share Market is Closed Today?

Why Share Market is Closed Today- On 26th May 2021, The share market (both BSE and NSE) will remain closed on account of “Buddha Purnima”. Other Holidays of share markets for the year are as follow-

S. No.DateDayHolidays
1January 26, 2021TuesdayRepublic day
2March 11, 2021ThursdayMahashivratri Day
3March 29, 2021MondayHoli
4April 02, 2021FridayGood Friday
5April 14, 2021WednesdayDr, Baba Saheb Ambedkar Jayanti
6April 21, 2021WednesdayRam Navami
7May 13, 2021ThursdayId-ul-Fltr (Ramzan Eid)
8July 21, 2021WednesdayId-al-Adha (Bakri-Id)
9August 19, 2021ThursdayMuharram
10September 10, 2021FridayGanesh Chaturthi
11October 15, 2021FridayDussehra
12November 04, 2021ThursdayDiwali
13November 19, 2021FridayGuru Nanak Jayanti

🎯List of Bank Holidays in 2021- Banks will remain shut on these days in 2021

Stock Market Holidays falling on Sunday/Saturday

Following Share Market Holidays 2021 Falling on Saturday and Sunday-

S. No.DateDayHolidays
1April 25, 2021SundayMahavir Jayanti
2May 01, 2021SaturdayMaharashtra Day
3August 15, 2021SundayIndependence Day
4October 02, 2021SaturdayMahatma Gandhi Jayanti
5December 25, 2021SundayChristmas
Why Share Market is Closed Today in India

All the holidays listed above are only the observed data and not the actual date. For example- If Christmas Day falls on a weekend many stock exchanges will close on the Friday before or the Monday after. Exchange sometimes closes multiple days for a holiday or has modified hours instead of fully closing.

In 2021, Muhurat Trading will take place on November 04, 2021, during the Diwali festival. Timing on Muhurat is notified later by the stock exchange. take a look at the NSE Holidays List 2021 in India.

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