Share Market Holidays: BSE and NSE will remain closed on April 14 and 15, there will be no business in metal and bullion

The National Stock Exchange of India (NSE) and BSE will remain closed on April 14 on the occasion of Ambedkar Jayanti and April 15 on Good Friday. There will also be no trading in the whole sale commodity market including metals and bullion. Along with this, there will be no trading activity in forex (money market) and commodity futures also.

In this way, due to Saturday and Sunday falling just after these two holidays, trading in the stock market, currency market and derivatives market will be closed for the next 4 days. In fact, on Thursday, February 14, Mahavir Jayanti is celebrated, due to which the markets will remain closed. On the other hand, on Friday, April 15, the markets will be closed due to Good Friday. Apart from this, 15 and 16 April are Saturday and Sunday. In such a situation, the market will remain closed on both these days. In this way, the stock market, currency market and derivatives market are going to be closed for the next 4 days. All three markets will now open for trading on Monday, April 18.

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