BSE Holidays 2020
BSE Holidays or Bombay Stock Exchange Holidays 2020 are listed below in a tabular form. Go through the table and find out on which day the BSE will remain closed for any trading or investment. The list emphasizes on the important dates and events on which the BSE will not get involved in any deals or market consumption.
List of BSE Holidays
|Republic Day||January 26||Sunday|
|Ram Navmi||April 2||Thursday|
|Mahavir Jayanti||April 6||Monday|
|Good Friday||April 10||Friday|
|Ambedkar Jayanti||April 14||Tuesday|
|Maharashtra Day, Bank Holiday||May 1||Friday|
|Independence day||August 15||Saturday|
|Ganesh Chaturthi||August 22||Saturday|
|Gandhi Jayanti||October 2||Friday|
|Diwali Laxmi Pujan||November 14||Saturday|
|Diwali Balipratipada||November 15||Sunday|
|Gurunanak Jayanti||November 30||Monday|
Note: Muhurat trading will take place on Diwali-Laxmi Pujan, i.e. 14 November 2020. In case of any change, you will be notified through this article.
Bombay Stock Exchange or BSE
BSE Holiday List 2020 explains that BSE i.e. Bombay Stock Exchange or famously abbreviated as BSE was founded on 9 July, 1875 by the late Premchand Roychand as the “Native Share and Stock Brokers' Association”. It is regarded as one of the oldest stock exchanges in Asia. The currency it deals in is Rupees. BSE encompasses a market capital of around US$2.2 trillion or more as per the research. The list of BSE comprises of up to 6000+ companies, which is why it is enlisted with some of the world’s greatest exchanges such as the London Stock Exchange Group, New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), Japan Exchange Group, NASDAQ and so on. It is established in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. BSE has actively helped Indian capital markets, economy and corporate sector rise.
Bombay Stock Exchange remains closed on Saturdays, Sundays and above mentioned BSE holidays. It follows three main sessions, where the investors can place an order to buy, modify or cancel their orders as per the opening and closing price. Below is the time:
- Pre-Opening Session: Between 9:00 AM to 9:15 AM
- Normal Session: Between 9:15 AM to 3:30 PM
- Post-Closing Session: Between 3:40 PM to 4:00 PM
Follow the table above and find out the days on which you can trade or make an investment in the stock market. The list of BSE Holidays in 2020 helps you chalk out the days accordingly.
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