Market Holidays

The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) together with the NASDAQ Stock Market are the two prominent U.S. stock exchanges that are widely considered to be “the stock market.” Both stock exchanges observe the same holiday schedule, which appears below.

Stock Market Holidays

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New Years Day

Thursday, January 1

Wednesday, January 1 

Monday, January 1

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Monday, January 19

Monday, January 20

Monday, January 15

Washington’s Birthday

Monday, February 16

Monday, February 17

Monday, February 19

Good Friday

Friday, April 3

Friday, April 18

Friday, March 29

Memorial Day

Monday, May 25

Monday, May 26

Monday, May 27

Juneteenth National Independence Day

Friday, June 19

Thursday, June 19

Wednesday, June 19

Independence Day

Friday, July 3 (observed)

Friday, July 4

Thursday, July 4

Labor Day

Monday, September 7

Monday, September 1

Monday, September 2

Thanksgiving Day

Thursday, November 26

Thursday, November 27

Thursday, November 28

Christmas Day

Friday, December 25

Thursday, December 25

Wednesday, December 25

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