Market trading holidays 2014
December 24, at 2: Jayaram R Mysore says: December 27, at 5: December 31, at December 31, at 9: January 2, at 8: January 3, at January 8, at January 8, at 4: January 13, at February 9, at 3: February 10, at 4: February 26, at 6: February 27, at 7: March 24, at April 16, at 5: September 7, at 8: September 8, at September 8, at 5: September 27, at September 28, at For example, the New York Stock Exchange is, as of , open from 9: Trading days are usually Monday to Friday.
When a trading day ends, all share trading ends and is frozen in time until the next trading day begins. There are several other special circumstances which would lead to a shortened trading day, or no trading day at all, such as on holidays. This is from There are exactly trading days in January has the fewest number 19 , and August the most 23 , with an average of 21 per month, or 63 per quarter. Out of a possible days, days are weekend days Saturday and Sunday when the stock exchanges are closed.
Eight of the 9 holidays which close the exchanges fall on weekdays, with Christmas being observed on Monday, December There is one shortened trading session on Friday, November 25, the day following Thanksgiving Day. February and April have the fewest 19 , and March and August the most 23 , with an average of Eight of the 9 holidays which close the exchanges fall on weekdays, with New Year's Day being observed on Monday, January 2.
There are two shortened trading sessions: