Stock Market Holiday 2024 in India – NSE Holidays List 2024

Stock Market Holiday 2024 in India – NSE Holidays List 2024 | Share market holidays 2024

Welcome once again to the city of coins (coinbazaar88.com), After knowing about all the important old coins like Paisa, Ana, Naya Paisa and Rupee, now let’s talk about holidays in the stock market in the year 2024. In the previous post, we discussed complete information about the Unity in Diversity Coin Series and the detail of Bharatanatyam Hasta Mudra Coin Series. If you have not seen that post yet then definitely see it.

Stock Market Holiday 2024 in India

What is Share Market?

In this post, we will discuss about the total holidays available in the stock market but before that let us know about the stock market, what is the stock market and how it works. Just as roads, rail transport, electricity and water are most important for the development of a country, village or city, similarly the stock market is important for the development of the country’s industries. Because to run industries, capital is required and they get it from the stock market.

Stock market is a market where transactions take place like other markets, but here, instead of goods, shares of companies are bought and sold. In the stock market, companies auction their shares and the shares are sold only to the person who makes the highest bid. Or on the contrary, if someone wants to buy a share, then the share is bought only from the seller who is ready at the lowest price.

All stock market transactions are connected to the stock exchange network through computers. Earlier only a few wealthy people were involved in the stock market, but after the advent of computers and internet, a common man has also joined the stock market.

A stock exchange like the Bombay Stock Exchange or the National Stock Exchange provides the basic infrastructure to make this process simple and accurate, apart from providing all the facilities required for placing such bids. Apart from Bombay Stock Exchange and National Stock Exchange, there are a total of 27 regional stock exchanges across the country.

The stock market is divided into two categories: primary market and secondary market:

Primary Market: In the primary market, companies are listed for the first time on the stock exchange and issue their shares. Companies issue their shares for the first time in the stock market through IPO (Initial Public Offering) and try to raise capital from the market.

Secondary Market: Secondary market is also called exchange traded market. This is a regular market, where shares of companies are traded on a regular basis. Investors place their trading orders in the stock exchange through a stock broker.

NSE Share Market Holidays 2024

After the information about the stock market, now let us talk about which you have come to this post, how many, and on which days the stock market will be closed as a holiday in 2024.

This is an important note because the stock market requires constant attention as external events or factors can still affect market sentiment, so even during the holidays people should remain vigilant and keep an eye on the market.
Apart from weekends, information about holidays on government holidays and cultural or religious occasions like Gandhi Jayanti, Diwali, Eid, etc. is available in this list.

Sr. No.HolidaysDateDay
1Republic DayJan-26Friday
2MahashivratriMar-08Friday
3HoliMar-25Monday
4Good FridayMar-29Friday
5Id-Ul-Fitr (Ramadan Eid)Apr-11Thursday
6Shri Ram NavmiApr-17Wednesday
7Maharashtra DayMay-01Wednesday
8Bakri IdJun-17Monday
9MoharramJul-17Wednesday
10Independence Day/Parsi New YearAug-15Thursday
11Mahatma Gandhi JayantiOct-02Wednesday
12Diwali Laxmi Pujan*Nov-01Friday
13Gurunanak JayantiNov-15Friday
14Christmas25-DecWednesday

Holidays falling on Saturday/Sunday

Now let’s talk about the list of those holidays, seeing which you will not be very happy because these holidays are the occasions falling on Saturday/Sunday. So let us know about those holidays which are going to fall on Saturday and Sunday:

Sr. No.HolidaysDateDay
1Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar JayantiApr-14Sunday
2Shri Mahavir JayantiApr-21Sunday
3Ganesh ChaturthiSep-07Saturday
4DussehraOct-12Saturday
5Diwali-BalipratipadaNov-02Saturday

Top 10 Stock Exchange in the World Today

Stock ExchangeYear of IncorporationCountryMarket Capitalisation
New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)1792USA$26.2 trillion
National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations (NASDAQ)1971USA$28.28 billion
Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE)1866China$6.87 trillion
European New Exchange Technology (EURONEXT)2000Europe$6.65 trillion
Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEX)1891Hong Kong$43.64 trillion
Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE)1898Japan$5.67 trillion
Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE)1990China$5.24 trillion
Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE)1875India$5.0 trillion
National Stock Exchange (NSE)1882India$4.2 trillion
London Stock Exchange (LSE)1801United Kingdom$4.13 trillion
Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX)1861Canada$3.1 trillion

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FAQs – Stock Market Holiday 2024 in India

How many holidays in Indian stock market in 2024?

The total number of holidays excluding weekly holidays in the Indian stock market in the year 2024 is fourteen (14).

What is Stock Market?

Stock market is a market where transactions take place like other markets, but here, instead of goods, shares of companies are bought and sold. In the stock market, companies auction their shares and the shares are sold only to the person who makes the highest bid. Or on the contrary, if someone wants to buy a share, then the share is bought only from the seller who is ready at the lowest price.

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