Stock market holiday 2022: NSE and BSE stock exchanges will remain closed tomorrow as India celebrates 75 years of independence

The stock market will remain closed due to Independence Day on August 15th, Monday. The National Stock Exchange (NSE) and Bahrain Stock Exchange will remain closed for normal trading on Monday. Trade on the country’s largest commodity exchange – Multi Commodity Exchange of India (MCX) and Agricultural Commodity Index NCDEX (National Commodity Exchange and Derivatives Limited).

On Monday, India celebrates the 75th anniversary of its independence.

The stock markets were last closed for trading on August 9 at the expense of the month of Muharram.

The markets will remain closed on three more occasions in 2022 in October and one in November.

The Bahrain Stock Exchange listed 13 holidays for the equity and equity derivatives and securities lending and borrowing sectors. During the calendar year 2022 available at

At the market close on Friday, the BSE Sensex Index rose 130.18 points, or 0.22 percent, to 59,462.78, and the Nifty50 rose 39.15 points, or 0.22 percent, to 17,698.15. While broader markets outperformed benchmarks, Nifty’s mid- and small-cap average was up over 0.7 and 0.25 percent at close.

Up to 29 stocks advanced and 21 stocks lost ground on Nifty50 at the close. ONGC surged nearly 5 per cent to become Nifty’s top gainer before earnings as crude oil approached $100/barrel, followed by Tata Steel over 3 per cent — it has jumped 12.5 per cent since the date of the previous split. NTPC stock rose more than 3 percent.

The market analyst added that the recent recovery globally combined with rotating buying across sectors indicates the dominant bullish move to expand further with moderate pauses.


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