Stock Market Holiday: Trading will be closed for the next 4 days in BSE and NSE, check complete list

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Stock Market Holiday: Trading will be closed for the next 4 days in BSE and NSE, check complete list
Stock Market Holiday: Trading will be closed for the next 4 days in BSE and NSE, check complete list

Trading will be closed in BSE and NSE from 14 to 17 April. There will be no trading in equity, derivatives, security lending and borrowing schemes, currency derivatives, interest rate derivatives during these 4 days.


Trading will remain closed for the next 4 days (14 to 17 April) on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and the National Stock Exchange (NSE). BSE and NSE will remain closed on April 14 for the celebrations of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Jayanti, Mahavir Jayanti, Baisakhi, Tamil New Year’s Day, Chairoba and Biju Festival. At the same time, trading will be closed on April 15 on both the stock exchanges due to Good Friday / Bengali New Year’s Day, Himachal Day.

Trading will be closed in all segments for 4 days

While on 16 and 17 April, the stock markets will be closed due to Saturday and Sunday respectively. Trading in equity, derivatives, security lending and borrowing schemes, currency derivatives and interest rate derivatives segments will remain closed during these 4 days. On Wednesday, the Bombay Stock Exchange index Sensex closed down 237.44 points at 58,338.93. At the same time, NSE Nifty closed at Rs 17,475.65, down 54.65 points.

Selling pressure on banking, auto, financials stocks

On Wednesday, shares of ITC, Sun Pharma, HUL, SBI and NTPC gained in the Sensex. ITC shares rose the most by 1.87 per cent and the company’s shares closed at Rs 269.50. On the other hand, Sun Pharma shares gained 1.66 per cent. On Wednesday, the shares of HDFC, HDFC Bank, Maruti Suzuki, Dr Reddy’s Lab, Asian Paint, Power Grid, Bajaj Finance, Titan and Kotak Bank declined on the BSE. Shares of HDFC closed at Rs 2,377.40, down 2.01 per cent. At the same time, HDFC Bank shares closed at Rs 1,464.85, down 1.90 per cent. On Wednesday, selling pressure was seen in banking, auto, financials and media stocks.