NSE Holidays List 2019

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NSE Holidays in 2019

Holiday Date Day
Republic Day 26 January 2019 Saturday
Mahashivaratri 4 March 2019 Monday
Holi 21 March 2019 Thursday
B R Ambedkar Jayanti 14 April 2019 Sunday
Maharashtra Day 1 May 2019 Wednesday
Eid ul-fitr 5 June 2019 Wednesday
Independence Day 15 August 2019 Thursday
Ganesh Chaturthi 2 September 2019 Monday
Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti 2 October 2019 Wednesday
Diwali (Lakshmi Puja) 28 October 2019 Monday
Christmas 25 December 2019 Wednesday

The list of National Stock Exchange (NSE) holidays for 2019 includes the national holidays and the regional public holidays. It is utmost important for those willing to trade financial instruments through this exchange. NSE has five working days a week, i.e., Monday – Friday. The exchange remains closed on all Saturdays. While the starting bell of the exchange is at 9:15 am, the closing bell is at 3:30 pm. The list will help you plan and roster the services offered by NSE.

Note: Muhurat trading is performed on account of Lakshmi Puja. The exact time of Muhurat trading shall be intimated by the exchange later on.

NSE trading holidays 2019 on Saturdays and Sundays

Holiday Date Day
Republic Day 26 January 2019 Saturday

Further details

  • Morning trading shall take place between 10:00 a.m. and 05:00 p.m.
  • Evening trading shall take place between 05:00 p.m. and 11:30 p.m.

About National Stock Exchange

The National Stock Exchange is an Indian stock exchange. NSE is the first stock exchange to introduce the computerised trading system in the country. In the year 1994, the exchange started its operations. World Federation of Exchanges recognised it to be the largest stock exchange in terms of yearly equity trading turnover. The exchange provides a fully integrated digital trading module consisting of data feed offerings, technology-oriented services, settlement and clearing services, online trading services, services for financial literacy, etc.

Product lines of NSE

NSE offers a huge gamut of products. To make it simple, the products offered by NSE may be clubbed into 4 categories. They include capital markets, trackers, debt instruments and derivatives. Derivatives of NSE consist of stock derivatives, currency derivatives and NSE bond futures. The products, which are traded in the capital market via NSE include stocks, mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs), offer for sale and indices. Debts consist of corporate bonds and NSE EBP. The trackers of NSE consist bank nifty, India VIX and overseas indices.

NSE Trading Schedule

Pre-open Timings to Trade Equities

  • The entry of modifications and orders begin at 9:00 a.m. on all business days.
  • The entry of modifications and orders begin at 09:08 a.m. on all business days.

Regular Trading Timings to Trade Equities

  • Regular market (restricted physical marketspace) commences at 09:15 a.m. on all business days.
  • Regular market (restricted physical marketspace) closes at 3:30 p.m. on all business days.

Block Deal Session Timings

  • Morning block deal window will operate from 08:45 a.m. to 09:00 a.m.
  • Afternoon block deal window will operate from 02:05 p.m. to 2:20 p.m.

Note: The session of trading may be closed anytime between 15.40 p.m. and 16.00 p.m. The stock exchange retains the right to restrict or advance its trading timings.

National Stock Exchange Holidays 2018 Or NSE Holidays 2018

For the present fiscal year, National Stock Exchange declared the list of trading holidays.

List of NSE holidays in 2018

Date Day Holidays
26 January 2018 Friday Republic Day
13 February 2018 Tuesday Mahashivaratri
02 March 2018 Friday Holi
29 March 2018 Thursday Mahaveer Jayanti
30 March 2018 Friday Good Friday
01 May 2018 Tuesday Maharashtra Day
15 August 2018 Wednesday Independence Day
22 August 2018 Wednesday Bakrid
13 September 2018 Thursday Ganesh Puja
20 September 2018 Thursday Muharram
02 October 2018 Tuesday Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti
18 October 2018 Thursday Dussehra
07 November 2018 Wednesday Diwali Lakshmi Pooja
08 November 2018 Thursday Deewali- Balipratipada
23 November 2018 Friday Guru Nanak Jayanti
25 December 2018 Tuesday Christmas

Note: This year Diwali is observed on 7 November 2018, which falls on Wednesday. On the festival day, Muhurat Trading shall be done by the exchange.

NSE Holidays 2018 On Saturdays And Sundays

Date Day Holidays
25 March 2018 Sunday Ram Navami
14 April 2018 Saturday Jayanti of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar
16 June 2018 Saturday Ramzan

NSE Holidays 2018 For Settlement And Clearing

Date Day Holidays
26 January 2018 Friday Republic Day
13 February 2018 Tuesday Mahashivaratri
19 February 2018 Monday Jayanti of Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj
02 March 2018 Friday Holi
29 March 2018 Thursday Jayanti of Mahaveer
30 March 2018 Friday Good Friday
30 April 2018 Monday Buddha Poornima
01 May 2018 Tuesday Maharashtra Day
15 August 2018 Wednesday Independence Day
17 August 2018 Friday New Year for Parsi
22 August 2018 Wednesday Bakrid
13 September 2018 Thursday Ganesh Festival
20 September 2018 Thursday Muharram
02 October 2018 Tuesday Jayanti of Mahatma Gandhi
18 October 2018 Thursday Dussehra
07 November 2018 Wednesday Diwali Lakshmi Pooja
08 November 2018 Thursday Diwali Balipratipada
09 November 2018 Friday Bhai Duj
21 November 2018 Wednesday Id-e-Milad
23 November 2018 Friday Jayanti of Guru Nanak
25 December 2018 Tuesday Christmas

The Following Table Outlines The List Of NSE Holidays 2018 For Transacting MCX And NCEL

Date Day Holiday Morning trading hours Evening trading hours*
01 January 2018 Monday New Year’s Day Open Closed
26 January 2018 Friday Republic Day Closed Closed
13 February 2018 Tuesday Mahashivaratri Closed Open
02 March 2018 Friday Holi Closed Open
29 March 2018 Thursday Mahaveer Jayanti Closed Open
30 March 2018 Friday Good Friday Closed Closed
01 May 2018 Tuesday Maharashtra Day Closed Open
15 August 2018 Wednesday Independence Day Closed Open
22 August 2018 Wednesday Bakrid Closed Open
13 September 2018 Thursday Ganesh Festival Closed Closed
20 September 2018 Thursday Muharram Closed Open
02 October 2018 Tuesday Jayanti of Mahatma Gandhi Closed Open
18 October 2018 Tuesday Dussehra Closed Closed
07 November 2018 Wednesday Diwali Lakshmi Pooja Closed Open for Muhurat Trading
08 Thursday 2018 Thursday Diwali Balipratipada Closed Open
23 November 2018 Friday Jayanti of Guru Nanak Closed Open
25 December 2018 Tuesday Christmas Closed Closed

Note: MCX stands for Multi-Commodity Exchange of India. NCEL stands for National Commodity Exchange Limited.

The aforementioned dates of regional public and restricted holidays have been taken from the most authenticated and latest references. There is a possibility that the holiday dates for certain Islamic festivals and the festivals of other communities may be revised later on. We are not responsible under such circumstances.

News About NSE Holidays

  • Stocks, Commodity and Currency Markets Closed for Mumbai Voting

    Stocks and commodity markets, currency and bond markets were closed on Monday as the state of Maharashtra votes in the Lok Sabha elections. Lok Sabha elections will be held in seven phases. It begins on 11 April 2019 and ends on 19 May 2019, while the counting of votes will take place on 23 May 2019. Meanwhile, Asian markets were up this morning after a strong US first-quarter economic growth boosted the S&P 500 index to a record high; however, gains were capped by caution lower aspects in the GDP report, which indicated some weakening ahead? On Friday, the BSE Sensex rallied 336 points to regain the 39,000 level after international oil prices dropped below $75 per barrel and some blue chips posted positive results. For the week ended 26 April 2019, Sensex declined 72 points or 0.18%, while Nifty added 1.85 points or 0.01%. 

    29 April 2019

  • National Stock Exchange (NSE) and Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) remain shut on Thursday on account of Muharram

    Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and National Stock Exchange (NSE), the leading stock exchanges in India, shall remain closed on Thursday, 20 September 2018, because of Muharram festival. The equity market will also remain shut. Thursday is also a Muharram holiday for the wholesale commodity markets, including the metal and bullion markets. No trading shall be done on the foreign exchange and commodity futures markets.

    20 September 2018

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