National Stock Market Exchange (NSE) share market Holiday List 2023
National Stock Market Exchange (NSE) is the fourth biggest Share Market in India, established in 1992. It fully provides Automated Electronic Trading for shareholders and covers a wide area network in India. The most popular offer in the NIFTY 50 Index is to track enormous assets in Indian Market. Its motive is to largest financial transparency in Capital Market.
NSE solidly declares all Saturdays and Sundays are Holidays every Year. Particularly, some Public Holidays are declared as holidays for NSE Share Market.
NSE Share Market Holiday List 2023
Check here NSE share market Holidays List 2023
|Republic Day||26 January||Thursday|
|Good Friday||7 April||Friday|
|Mahavir Jayanti||4 April||Tuesday|
|Ambedkar Jayanti||14 April||Friday|
|Buddha Purnima||05 May||Friday|
|Independence Day||15 August||Tuesday|
|Guru Nanak Dev Jayanti||27 November||Monday|
|Christmas day||25 December||Monday|
Following public holidays are falling on Saturday / Sunday:
|Mahashivratri||18th February 2023||Saturday|
|Muharram Day||29th July 2023||Saturday|
|Diwali*||12th November 2023||Sunday|
* The Muhurat Trading day timings will be notified closer to Diwali by the Exchanges.
N.B. – The above holidays may be altered or changed by the Exchanges. A Circular will be issued in advance for the same.
NSE Option Chain 2023
An option chain is a tool that displays the prices of various options for a given underlying asset. In the case of NSE India, the underlying asset can be a stock, index, or commodity. The option chain typically shows the strike price, expiration date, and the price of the option (premium) for call options and put options.
The strike price is the price at which the option can be exercised. For a call option, the strike price is the price at which the holder of the option can buy the underlying asset. For a put option, the strike price is the price at which the holder of the option can sell the underlying asset.
The expiration date is the date on which the option expires and can no longer be exercised. Typically, options have expiration dates that are several months in the future.
The price of the option, also known as the option premium, is the cost of the option. The price is determined by a number of factors including the strike price, expiration date, and the volatility of the underlying asset.
When looking at an option chain, investors can use the information provided to identify options that are under- or over-priced, and make informed trading decisions. For example, if the price of a call option with a strike price of $50 and an expiration date of one month from now is $3, an investor may decide to buy the option if they believe the underlying.