Trading Holidays 2020

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Hey trader,

Take some well earned time off without missing out on the market’s trends and opportunities. Note down these trading holidays for the year 2020.

Trading Holidays for Equity (NSE & BSE)

Sr. No Holidays Date Day
1 Mahashivratri February 21, 2020 Friday
2 Holi March 10, 2020 Tuesday
3 Ram Navami April 02, 2020 Thursday
4 Mahavir Jayanti April 06, 2020 Monday
5 Good Friday April 10, 2020 Friday
6 Dr.Baba Saheb Ambedkar Jayanti April 14, 2020 Tuesday
7 Maharashtra Day May 01, 2020 Friday
8 Id-Ul-Fitr (Ramzan Id) May 25, 2020 Monday
9 Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti October 02, 2020 Friday
10 Diwali Balipratipada November 16, 2020 Monday
11 Gurunanak Jayanti November 30, 2020 Monday
12 Christmas December 25, 2020 Friday

Trading Holidays on Saturday/Sunday

Sr.No Holidays Date Day
1 Republic Day January 26, 2020 Sunday
2 Bakri Id August 01, 2020 Saturday
3 Independence Day August 15, 2020 Saturday
4 Ganesh Chaturthi August 22, 2020 Saturday
5 Muharram August 30, 2020 Sunday
6 Dussehra October 25, 2020 Sunday
7 Diwali * Laxmi Pujan November 14, 2020 Saturday

Trading Holidays for Commodity trading (MCX/NCDEX)

Sr.No Holidays Date Day Morning Session Evening Session*
1 New Year Day January 01, 2020 Wednesday Open Closed
2 Mahashivratri February 21, 2020 Friday Closed Open
3 Holi March 10, 2020 Tuesday Closed Open
4 Ram Navami April 02, 2020 Thursday Closed Open
5 Mahavir Jayanti April 06, 2020 Monday Closed Open
6 Good Friday April 10, 2020 Friday Closed Closed
7 Dr.Baba Saheb Ambedkar Jayanti April 14, 2020 Tuesday Closed Open
8 Maharashtra Day May 01, 2020 Friday Closed Open
9 Id-Ul-Fitr (Ramzan Id) May 25, 2020 Monday Closed Open
10 Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti October 02, 2020 Friday Closed Closed
11 Diwali Balipratipada November 16, 2020 Monday Closed Open
12 Gurunanak Jayanti November 30, 2020 Monday Closed Open
13 Christmas December 25, 2020 Friday Closed Closed

CDS: NSE & BSE Currency Holidays: To be announced soon!

* Muhurat trading will take place on November 14, 2020, Diwali. The timings for it will be updated as soon as they are available.

 The official holiday schedules can be viewed on the respective websites of NSE, BSE and MCX exchanges.