Stock Market Holiday tomorrow: BSE and NSE to remain closed on March 29 2024 for Good Friday

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New Delhi: The BSE and NSE will remain closed on March 29, 2024 on the occasion of Good Friday. This means that trading activity across segments such as cash, derivatives and securities will remain closed. Commodity futures trading will also remain closed on Friday.

The Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX) and the National Commodity Exchange (NCDEX) will will be off on March 29, 2024. This applies to both the morning as well as evening sessions.

Trading will resume on April 1, 2024 at the usual timing. MCX will resume trading on Monday, April 1 at 9 am for the morning session and at 5 pm for the evening session.

The Sensex on Thursday closed at 73,651.35, up 655.04 points, or 0.90 per cent, while the Nifty was at 22,326.90, up 203.25 points, or 0.92 per cent.

Upcoming stock market holidays in December 2024


April 11*

April 17*
Ram Navami

May 1*
Maharashtra Day

June 17*
Bakri Id

July 17*

August 15*
Independence Day/ Parsi New Year

October 2*
Gandhi Jayanti

November 1*

November 15*
Gurunanak Jayanti

December 25*

Stock Market performance during last week of FY24

This week marked the last trading activity before the close of financial year 2024. The stock market performed positively on all 3 days of the holiday curtailed week. The Sensex closed 987.82 points, or 1.36 per cent higher than the previous week at 73,635.48 on March 28, 2024. Over the past month, the Sensex gained 1.57 per cent while it rose 11.86 per cent over a 6-month period. Over the past year, the Sensex gained 27.05 per cent.

The Nifty closed 332.45 points or 1.51 per cent higher than the previous week on March 28, 2024. The index was up 13.69 per cent over 6 months, and 30.71 per cent over a 1-year period.

On the Nifty50, 48 out of 50 stocks closed in green. Adani Ports, Bajaj Auto and Tata Motors doubled their value and PSU stocks also outperformed during FY24 contributing to the index gains.

FY25 is expected to be a positive year for Indian stocks with the slated inclusion of Indian government bonds in global bond indices operated by Bloomberg and JPMorgan.

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