Stock Market Holiday: If you like to invest in stock market then this news is for you. According to the holiday on NSE, the stock market is closed today on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi (Ganesh Chaturthi 2023). Ganesh Chaturthi is a holiday in the stock market. All segments including Equity, Derivatives and SLB are closed. Apart from that, the Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX) will remain flat for the first half of the day. But for the evening session it will open from 5 pm onwards. Earlier, the stock market was closed on August 15. Equity segment, equity derivatives segment and SLB segment did not trend in the market.
It is said that Ganesh Chaturthi is a festival to be celebrated with enthusiasm every year. The Chaturthi Tithi of Shukla Paksha in this Bhadrapada month is also celebrated symbolically as the beginning of the festivals ending with Anant Chaturdashi. It is said that the festivities have started with Ganesh Chaturthi.
Trading will not happen here
According to the information available from the BSE website, there is no trading in equity segment, equity derivative segment and SLB segment during the entire session today. Apart from that, there will be no trading in the currency derivative segment. Currently, there will be no trading in the commodity derivative segment an electronic gold receipt segment in the morning session on September 19. Trading in this segment will take place in the evening session. Ganesh Chaturthi 2023 in September is the only one day that the stock market will remain open. Now the space coming to stock market will be on 2nd October 2023. This day is Mahatma Gadhi Jayanti.
The stock market closed in the red yesterday
The stock market closed in the red on Monday, the first day of the business week. The market’s main index has closed sharply. The BSE Sensex closed down 241 points at 67,596. In this way Nifty has also come down to 20133 with a decrease of 59 points. The pressure in the stock market has led to selling in metal, realty and banking stocks. Shares of market giant HDFC Bank tumbled by over 150 per cent. Hindalco also closed down 2 percent. While shares of PowerGrid rose 3 percent.