NSE, BSE to remain shut on June 29 on account of Bakri Eid

As per the information available on NSE's official website, the stock markets will be closed for trading on Thursday on the eve of Bakri Eid, instead of Wednesday. This is in line with the announcement made by the Maharashtra general administration department on Monday regarding the change in holiday on account of Bakri Eid.

As per NSE notice said, “As per the attached notification of Maharashtra general administration department dated June 26, 2023, regarding the change in holiday on account of Bakri ID on June 29, 2023, and in partial modification in exchange circular dated December 8, 2022, members may kindly note the change in trading holiday in June 2023 from June 28, 20223 to June 29, 2023."

Further, the June F&O series expiry will now take place on June 28 instead of June 29.

The equity derivative segment, equity segment, the SLB segment and the currency derivatives segment as well as the interest rate derivatives segment will be shut on Thursday.

The Multi Commodity of India Limited (MCX) will also be closed for morning trading on June 29. The morning session of the commodity derivative segment will be closed and it will open for the evening session.

Source: Media reports

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