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Stock Market Holidays 2022: Are NYSE and Nasdaq Open?

Financial markets observe 9 official holidays, plus an early closing

A member of the National Guard plays a trumpet during a flag raising ceremony in honor of Veteran's Day in front of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York
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The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) closes for nine holidays in 2022, and the Nasdaq Stock Market follows the same schedule. The exchanges' next holiday closure is on Monday, June 20, in observance of Juneteenth (which falls on a Sunday this year).

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Here is the 2022 holiday schedule for the NYSE and Nasdaq:

  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day: Monday, Jan. 17
  • Washington's Birthday: Monday, Feb. 21
  • Good Friday: Friday, April 15
  • Memorial Day: Monday, May 30
  • Juneteenth National Independence Day: Monday, June 20 (observed, because June 19, the date of the Juneteenth holiday, falls on a Sunday)
  • Independence Day: Monday, July 4
  • Labor Day: Monday, Sept. 5
  • Thanksgiving: Thursday, Nov. 24
  • Christmas: Monday, Dec. 26 (observed, because Christmas Day falls on a Sunday)

The exchanges typically operate from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. ET on business days. They will close early once in 2022, shuttering at 1 p.m. ET on Nov. 25, the day after Thanksgiving, also known to shoppers as Black Friday.

Bond market and bank holidays differ

Bond traders follow a more expansive holiday calendar under guidelines set by the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA), a trade group that represents securities firms, banks and asset management companies.

In 2022, U.S. bond markets close on the nine days the stock exchanges are silent as well as Columbus Day (Monday, Oct. 10) and Veterans Day (Friday, Nov. 11). Like the NYSE and Nasdaq, the bond markets are adding the Juneteenth holiday established by federal law last year. 

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The bond markets shut down early (at 2 p.m. ET) six times in 2022: the day before Good Friday, the Friday before Memorial Day, the Friday before Independence Day, Black Friday, Christmas Eve (observed on Friday, Dec. 23), and New Year's Eve (observed on Friday, Dec. 30).

The stock market calendar also differs from the Federal Reserve System holiday schedule followed by most U.S. banks. The Fed observes Columbus Day and Veterans Day, does not take Good Friday off and does not have any formally scheduled early closing days.

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