BSE Holidays List 2022 – Forbes Advisor INDIA – Forbes

Published: Jul 26, 2022, 10:30am
The BSE refers to the Bombay Stock Exchange, which is the oldest and leading stock exchange of India. The stock exchange provides traders a platform for fair, efficient and transparent trading of securities through the year. The BSE publishes in prior a list of public holidays on which stock market trading is not observed. Besides these market holidays, trading on the BSE remains closed on weekends.
This calendar year, the BSE has listed out 13 holidays for equity, equity derivatives, and SLB segments. The same applies for the commodity derivatives segment, too. The stock exchange has 16 trading holidays for new debt segments such as reporting, settlement, trading (NDS-RST), and tri-party repo, as well as for currency derivatives and interest rate derivatives segments. However, the BSE stock trading on other days will take place as usual during the normal market opening hours from 9 a.m. till 5 p.m. We have compiled a list of BSE holidays to help you plan your trades on the BSE.
Headquartered in Mumbai, the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), allows traders to trade in equity, equity derivatives, currency derivatives, commodity derivatives, and debt. It uses the benchmark index, known as Sensex, to keep track of how the stock market is performing. The other is NIFTY 50, which is managed by the National Stock Exchange (BSE). The Sensex evaluates the performance of the country’s top 30 companies by market capitalization that are listed on the BSE — a.k.a. BSE 30. 
Investors can buy and sell stocks on the BSE only during certain trading hours through the trading day. Similar timings are also applied for trading of stock on the BSE. Indian stock market timings for trade are as follows:
The stock exchange may change, alter, or even announce a new holiday in advance via a separate circular.
The one-hour timing for the “Muhurat” trade is slated for October 24, this year. It usually takes place from 6:15 p.m. till 7:15 p.m. However, the BSE will announce the timings of “Muhurat” trade on the aforementioned date in advance via a separate circular.
The most traded commodities on the BSE are Oman crude oil, gold, silver, copper, guar gum, guar seed, cotton, and turmeric.
One can trade in derivatives at the BSE.
One must open a demat and trading account to trade in F&O on the BSE.
Dipen Pradhan is a Staff Reporter for Forbes Advisor India. He has more than 10 years of experience in journalism. He covers the personal finance beat. When he is not writing, he enjoys documenting the community’s ethnic knowledge, and travels to explore rural hotspots.


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