Indian Stock Marketing Timing & Holiday List for year 2021
- Indian Stock Market NSE & BSE timing Monday – Friday 9:00 Am to 3:30 PM.
- Stock Market Pre-trading session in India Monday – Friday – 9:00 Am to 9:15 AM.
- Holiday List: – Indian Stock Marketing Holiday List for year 2021
|Holiday NSE & BSE||Date & Day||Month|
|January 26, 2021 (Tuesday)||January|
|Maha shivratri||March 11, 2021 (Thursday)||March|
|Holi||March 29, 2021 (Monday)||March|
|Good Friday||April 02, 2021 (Friday)||April|
|Ambedkar Jayanti||April 14, 2021 (Wednesday)||April|
|Ram Navami||April 21, 2021 (Wednesday)||April|
|Id ui Fitr / Ramadan||May 13, 2021 (Thursday)||May|
|Bakri Id||July 21, 2021 (Wednesday)||July|
|Muharram||August 19, 2021 (Thursday)||August|
|Ganesh Chaturthi||September 10, 2021 (Friday)||September|
|Dussehra||October 15, 2021 (Friday)||October|
|Diwali||November 04 and November 05, 2021 (Thursday and Friday)||November|
|Guru nanak Jayanti||November 19, 2021 (Friday)||November|
NSE Location: National Stock Exchange of India Limited (NSE) is the leading stock Market of India, Situated in Mumbai, Maharashtra.
NSE Introduced Year: NSE was created in 1992 as the primary dematerialized digital exchange in the nation.
Digital Trading Platform: NSE has been the first market in the nation to supply a contemporary, completely automated screen-based digital trading platform that provided simple trading facilities to traders spread throughout the length and breadth of the nation.
Market Cap till April 2018: National Stock Exchange has a entire market capitalization of over US$2.27 trillion, which makes it the world’s 11th-largest stock market as on April 2018.
Nifty 50: NSE’s flagship indicator, the NIFTY 50, a 50 stock indicator is used widely by investors in India and across the world for a barometer of the Indian capital market.
Stock Exchanges in India & GDP: But, Vaidyanathan (2016) estimates that only approximately 4 percent of the Indian market / GDP is really derived from the stock exchanges in India.
Big Businesses in USA: Unlike countries such as the United States where almost 70 percent of the nation’s GDP comes from big businesses from the corporate sector, the corporate industry in India accounts for just 12-14% of the national GDP (as of October 2016).
Businesses Recorded in Stock market in India: Of these just 7,800 businesses are recorded of which just 4000 commerce on the stock markets at BSE and NSE.
Only 4% stock trading in NSE & BSE: Thus the stocks trading in the BSE and NSE accounts for only approximately 4 percent of the Indian market, which derives all its income-related action from the so called unorganized industry and family spending.
Economic Times estimates that as of April 2018, 6 crore (60 million) retail investors had invested their savings in stocks in India, either via direct purchases of stocks or via mutual funds.
Earlier, the Bimal Jalan Committee report estimated that just 1.3percent of India’s population invested in the stock exchange, compared to 27 percent in the USA and 10 percent in China. For more details check of wikipedia