2023 Financial Market Holidays (Canada & US)
A "market holiday" is any non-weekend day when the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) in Canada, New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), Nasdaq (NASDAQ), or bond markets in the United States close for the day. Examples of market holidays include Thanksgiving and Christmas.
On some holidays, or days close to them, stock markets will remain open, while bond markets remain closed or will close early. Markets may also close for national days of mourning, as the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq did to honor the late president George H.W. Bush in 2018.
If a given holiday takes place on Saturday, the Friday before it typically becomes a stock market holiday. Similarly, markets typically close on the following Monday if the holiday lands on a Sunday.
Standard operating hours for the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX), New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the NASDAQ are 9:30am to 4pm Eastern, Monday to Friday. Markets are closed weekends.