Even Wall Street takes days off.
The regular schedule for the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq is Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. ET with weekends off. There are also certain closures for stock market holidays. If the holiday falls on a Sunday, it will be observed the following Monday.
What Are the Stock Market Holidays for 2023?
The NYSE, Nasdaq, and bond markets will be closed on:
|New Year’s Day||Monday, Jan. 2|
|Martin Luther King Jr. Day||Monday, Jan. 16|
|Washington’s Birthday||Monday, Feb. 20|
|Good Friday||Friday, April 7|
|Memorial Day||Monday, May 29|
|Juneteenth National Independence Day||Monday, June 19|
|Independence Day||Tuesday, July 4|
|Labor Day||Monday, Sept. 4|
|Thanksgiving Day||Thursday, Nov. 23|
|Christmas Day||Monday, Dec. 25|
When Does the Stock Market Close Early?
The stock market closes early at 1 p.m. ET on these days:
- Monday, July 3
- Black Friday*
*Bond markets close at 2 p.m. ET.
Are There Holidays When the Stock Market Is Still Open?
Although the stock market holds regular hours on these days, the bond markets will close early at 2 p.m. ET:
- Maundy Thursday (Thursday before Good Friday)
- Friday before Memorial Day
- July 1
- Dec. 23
- New Year’s Eve
And on these holidays, bond markets are closed while the stock market is still open:
- Indigenous Peoples Day
- Veterans Day
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