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New York Stock Exchange Holidays

Posted by Robert Blaker on May 26, 2016 10:00:00 AM

New York Stock Exchange Holidays

What days does the market close for holidays this year? It can be difficult to remember which holidays that the New York Stock Exchange observes. That’s why we’ve compiled this helpful list of 2016 and 2017 New York Stock Exchange holidays for your reference.

2016 New York Stock Exchange Holidays

The market is closed for the entire day on the following dates:
New Year’s Day – January 1
Martin Luther King Jr. Day – January 18
Washington’s Birthday – February 15
Good Friday – March 25
Memorial Day – May 30
Independence Day – July 4
Labor Day – September 5
Thanksgiving Day – November 24
Christmas Day – December 26 

2016 New York Stock Exchange Partial Holidays

The market will close at 1:00PM EST on these dates:
Day before Independence Day – Not applicable this year
Day following Thanksgiving – November 25
Christmas Eve – Not applicable this year 

2017 New York Stock Exchange Holidays

The market is closed for the entire day on the following dates:
New Year’s Day – January 2
Martin Luther King Jr. Day – January 16
Washington’s Birthday – February 20
Good Friday – April 14
Memorial Day – May 29
Independence Day – July 4
Labor Day – September 4
Thanksgiving Day – November 23
Christmas Day – December 25

2017 New York Stock Exchange Partial Holidays

The market will close at 1:00PM EST on these dates:
Day before Independence Day – July 3
Day following Thanksgiving – November 24
Christmas Eve – Not applicable this year 

In addition to New York Stock Exchange Holidays, there are also a few additional circumstances that may lead to the markets closing. These may include system failures, natural disasters, acts of war, and other unforeseen events. Although rare, extraordinary market volatility may also cause the market to temporarily close. These pre-determined trigger levels can cause the markets to shut down from 30 minutes to the rest of the day.

Whether you are in one of our Wall Street offices or not, we hope you will find this schedule of New York Stock Exchange Holidays helpful.

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