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List of NSE, BSE and MCX Trading holidays in 2023

Marisha Bhatt · 07 January 2023 · 0 Comments

NSE-and-MCX-holidays Yet another year passes by and the year 2023 is smiling down on us with ample investment opportunities. Investors can trade on the biggest stock exchanges in India NSE and BSE during normal trading sessions as well as on MCX which is the commodity exchange in the country. There will be several days when trading on these platforms will be suspended on account of holidays.  Given below is the list of such holidays in 2023 when the normal trading session will be suspended on NSE, BSE, and MCX.

  • NSE

NSE is the biggest stock exchange in the country and handles huge volumes of transactions on a daily basis. The list of holidays across various segments on NSE is given below.

    • Equity, Equity Derivatives, and SLB Segments

[table id=41 /] Following Holidays are Falling on Saturday / Sunday [table id=42 /] Muhurat trading will be conducted on 12th November 2023 and the timings for the same will be notified in due course.    

  • Currency Derivatives Segments

[table id=46 /] Following Holidays are Falling on Saturday / Sunday [table id=47 /]  

  • MCX

[table id=48 /] Following Holidays are Falling on Saturday / Sunday [table id=45 /]


The above list mentions all the holidays in 2023 when trading will be suspended across all the segments on the three important stock exchanges in the country. Normal trading will be carried out on the following day on all three portals. Traders and investors are advised to plan their trades accordingly and create a successful portfolio. Apart from these dates, if the normal trading sessions are suspended due to any unforeseen reasons, the same will be notified to the investor and traders via notifications and information on the respective stock exchanges. Hope this information helps you plan your days and enjoy the holidays as well!

Marisha Bhatt

Marisha Bhatt is a financial content writer @TrueData.

She writes with the sole aim of simplifying complex financial concepts and jargon while attempting to clarify technical and fundamental analysis concepts of the stock markets. The ultimate goal is to spread vital knowledge and benefit the maximum audience. Her Chartered Accountant background acts as the knowledge base to help clarify crucial concepts and create a sound investment portfolio.

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