Veterans Day 2022 is on Friday this year and the United States is ready to observe the holiday on November 11th. Many businesses and services will be closed on the occasion but are the Stock Market open on Veterans Day 2022? Find out here.
This federal holiday is celebrated to honor and respect the veterans of the First World War. The whole nation remembers the fallen soldiers of the U.S. Army who gave away their life for the nation.
Is the Stock Market Open on Veterans Day 2022?
Yes. The Stock Market will remain open on Veterans Day 2022 despite Wall Street observing the special occasion. This means you’ll be able to trade and invest on both the Nasdaq Stock Market and New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) during regular hours.
Just like any other day, the Stock Market will open at 9:30 AM ET on Friday, November 11, 2022, and will close at 4:00 PM ET. There aren’t any changes to the schedule and none of the functions will be disturbed due to the federal holiday.
Is the Bond Market Open on Veterans Day 2022?
No. The Bond Market will be closed on Veterans Day (Friday, November 11, 2022) as it is a federal holiday. For context, all federal government-operated services are shut on federal holidays.
Since Veterans Day is a federal holiday and Bond Market is run by the federal government, it will be closed for the day. However, it will be functional with the regular schedule from the next business day.
If you had any tasks planned for the Bond Market for this Friday, you may have to delay them a bit until it opens.
List of Stock Market Holidays for 2022
Here is a quick chart explaining all the holidays that will affect the Stock Market in the United States. The markets remain shut on most while they follow an altered schedule on some holidays.
|Monday, Feb. 21||Presidents’ Day/Washington’s Birthday||Closed||Closed||Closed|
|Thursday, April 14||Maundy Thursday||Open||Open||Early close (2 p.m.)|
|Friday, April 15||Good Friday||Closed||Closed||Closed|
|Friday, May 27||Friday Before Memorial Day||Open||Open||Early close (2 p.m.)|
|Monday, May 30||Memorial Day||Closed||Closed||Closed|
|Monday, June 20||Juneteenth National Independence Day (Observed)||Closed||Closed||Closed|
|Friday, July 1||Friday Before Independence Day||Open||Open||Early close (2 p.m.)|
|Monday, July 4||Independence Day||Closed||Closed||Closed|
|Monday, Sept. 5||Labor Day||Closed||Closed||Closed|
|Monday, Oct. 10||Columbus Day||Open||Open||Closed|
|Friday, Nov. 11||Veterans Day||Open||Open||Closed|
|Thursday, Nov. 24||Thanksgiving Day||Closed||Closed||Closed|
|Friday, Nov. 25||Day After Thanksgiving||Early close (1 p.m.)||Early close (1 p.m.)||Early close (2 p.m.)|
|Friday, Dec. 23||Christmas Eve (Observed)||Open||Open||Early close (2 p.m.)|
|Monday, Dec. 26||Christmas Day (Observed)||Closed||Closed||Closed|
|Friday, Dec. 30||New Year’s Eve (Observed)||Open||Open||Early close (2 p.m.)|
You can bookmark this page and quickly go through the holidays for the rest of the year.
The markets usually experience low volumes on such holidays as retail users are busy spending time with their families or getting their chores done. However, the current instability might change that.
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