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Trading Holidays on DSE

TAG DATUM URLAUB
Dienstag Febr. 21, 2023 Shaheed Day
Mittwoch Beschädigen 08, 2023 Shab e-Barat
Sonntag Beschädigen 26, 2023 Tag der Unabhängigkeit
Mittwoch Apr. 19, 2023 Laylat al Qadr
Sonntag Apr. 23, 2023 Eid Ul Fitr
Donnerstag Mai 04, 2023 Buddha Purnima
Mittwoch Jun 28, 2023 Eid ul-Adha
Donnerstag Jun 29, 2023 Eid ul-Adha
Dienstag Aug. 15, 2023 National Mourning Day
Mittwoch Sept 06, 2023 Shuba Janmashtami
Donnerstag Sept 28, 2023 Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi
Dienstag Okt 24, 2023 Vijaya Dashami
Montag Dez 25, 2023 Weihnachten

Dhaka Stock Exchange DSE Holidays 2023


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What investors need to know about holidays on DSE Exchange

Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) is the main securities exchange in Bangladesh. It is located in the capital city of Dhaka and serves as a platform for the trading of stocks, Fesseln, and other securities. Like any other stock exchange in the world, the DSE has a set of holidays when trading is closed. In diesem Artikel, we will discuss the Dhaka Stock Exchange DSE Holidays for 2023.

The DSE is closed on all weekends, which are Saturday and Sunday. Apart from the weekends, there are several holidays throughout the year when the DSE remains closed. These holidays include both public and stock exchange-specific holidays.

The first holiday in 2023 will be the New Year’s Day, which falls on January 1st. The DSE will remain closed on this day, and there will be no trading activity. The next holiday will be the Shaheed Day and International Mother Language Day on February 21st. The DSE will remain closed on this day as well.

The next holiday will be the Independence Day on March 26th. This day commemorates Bangladesh’s declaration of independence from Pakistan in 1971. The DSE will remain closed on this day, and there will be no trading activity. Following this, the Bengali New Year or Pohela Boishakh on April 14th will also be observed as a holiday, and the DSE will remain closed.

The next holiday will be the May Day or International WorkersDay on May 1st. The DSE will remain closed on this day, and there will be no trading activity. The Eid-ul-Fitr, one of the most important religious festivals in Bangladesh, will be celebrated on different dates, depending on the appearance of the moon. Typically, the DSE remains closed for three days during Eid-ul-Fitr, and the dates will be announced later.

The DSE will remain closed on August 15th, which is National Mourning Day. This day marks the anniversary of the assassination of the Father of the Nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, and most businesses and offices remain closed. The next holiday will be the Eid-ul-Adha, another significant religious festival in Bangladesh. Like Eid-ul-Fitr, the dates for Eid-ul-Adha will be announced later, but typically the DSE remains closed for three days.

The DSE will remain closed on September 10th, which is Ashura, a significant day for the Muslim community. The next holiday will be the Victory Day on December 16th. This day marks the victory of Bangladesh over Pakistan in the Liberation War of 1971. The DSE will remain closed on this day, and there will be no trading activity.

Abschließend, the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) has a set of holidays when trading is closed. These holidays include both public and stock exchange-specific holidays. Als Investor, it is essential to keep track of these holidays to plan your investment strategy accordingly. The above dates are based on the information available at the time of writing this article and are subject to change.

 

dse trading holidays in 2023

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