Indian stock exchanges, the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and the National Stock Exchange (NSE), will remain closed on Tuesday in observance of Diwali Balipratipada. This suspension of operations was announced under the directive of the NSE, marking a full halt in trading activities across various segments for the day.
The closure will affect trading across multiple platforms, including equity, currency derivatives, commodity derivatives, and the Electronic Gold Receipt (EGR) Segment. This day is part of the six non-trading days scheduled for November 2023 as per the stock market holiday list.
Additionally, the exchanges will also be closed on November 27 to celebrate Gurunanak Jayanti, contributing to the total count of market holidays for the month. These periodic closures are standard practice to honor national festivals and significant cultural observances in India.
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