Veterans Day in 2022 falls on a Friday, and the country is prepared to celebrate the occasion on November 11th. Although many shops and services will be closed on this day, the stock market will be open. Learn more here.
To recognize and honor the First World War veterans, this federal holiday is observed. The entire country honors the memory of the American Army men who died while serving their country.
As a result, stores and companies are closed, and some services follow a specific schedule. For example, on Veterans Day, post offices and banks are closed.
Is the Stock Market Open on Veterans Day 2022?
Yes. Even though Wall Street will be closed on Veterans Day in 2022, the stock market will be open. This implies that you will be able to trade and invest during regular business hours on both the Nasdaq Stock Market and the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).
On Friday, November 11, 2022, the stock market will open at 9:30 AM ET and close at 4:00 PM ET as it does every day. Due to the federal holiday, there are no modifications to the schedule and no events will be impacted.
Is the Bond Market Open on Veterans Day 2022?
No, Veterans Day (Friday, November 11, 2022) is a federal holiday, so the bond market will be closed on that day. For reference, federal holidays result in the closure of all services run by the federal government.
Bond Market will be closed on November 11 because Veterans Day is a federal holiday and it is operated by the federal government. However, from the following business day, it will operate according to the regular timetable.
You might have to postpone any work you had scheduled for this Friday until the Bond Market opens.
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List of Stock Market Holidays for 2022
Here is a simple chart listing all the holidays that will impact the American stock market.
Most of the time, markets are closed, though occasional holidays may see a change in their operating hours.
|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.)|
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On such holidays, the marketplaces typically have low volumes since consumers who shop in stores are busy with family time or household tasks. The present instability, though, might make that difference.