List of BSE Trading Holidays in India in 2022
BSE operates on weekdays from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm besides a pre-market session implemented from 9:00 am to 9:15 am. It follows holidays during which trading operations remain closed. This blog summarises the list of holidays in BSE in 2022, so keep scrolling to know about it in the upcoming section.
List of Holidays in BSE in 2022
According to the BSE's official website, there will be approximately 13 trading holidays in BSE in 2022.
Take a look at the table illustrated below consisting of BSE holidays in 2022:
Date & Day
26th January, Wednesday
1st March, Tuesday
18th March, Friday
1st April, Friday
Annual Bank Closing
Applicable for Currency Derivatives and Interest Rate Derivatives Segments and NDS-RST – Reporting, Settlement and Trading and Tri-Party Repo
14th April, Thursday
Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar Jayanti / Mahavir Jayanti
15th April, Friday
3rd May, Tuesday
Eid-Ul-Fitr (Ramzan Id)**
16th May, Monday
Applicable for Commodity Derivative Segment and NDS-RST – Reporting, Settlement and Trading and Tri-Party Repo
9th August, Tuesday
15th August, Monday
16th August, Tuesday
Parsi New Year
Applicable for Currency Derivatives and Interest Rate Derivatives and NDS-RST – Reporting, Settlement and Trading and Tri-Party Repo Segments
31st August, Wednesday
5th October, Wednesday
24th October, Monday
Diwali (Laxmi Puja)*
26th October, Wednesday
8th November, Tuesday
*Please note that Muhurat Trading will be held during Laxmi Puja of Diwali on 24th October 2022. Muhurat Trading's timings will be notified accordingly.
**Evening sessions (from 5:00 pm to 11:30 or 11:55 pm) will remain open on these selected days for the commodity derivatives segment.
What Are the Segments Under Bombay Stock Exchange?
There are four segments in BSE and each share common holiday dates only with a few exceptions:
- Equity, Derivative and SLB Segments
- Currency Derivatives and Interest Rate Derivatives Segments
- NDS-RST – Reporting, Settlement and Trading and Tri-Party Repo
- Commodity Derivatives Segment
Thus, this is all about the holidays in BSE in 2022. Trading exchanges may alter in any of the holidays mentioned above and will be notified beforehand through a separate circular.