Trading Holidays on TPEX
|Monday||Jan. 02, 2023||Republic Day Holiday|
|Friday||Jan. 20, 2023||Chinese New Year’s Eve|
|Monday||Jan. 23, 2023||Chinese New Year Holiday|
|Tuesday||Jan. 24, 2023||Chinese New Year Holiday|
|Wednesday||Jan. 25, 2023||Chinese New Year Holiday|
|Thursday||Jan. 26, 2023||Chinese New Year’s Eve|
|Friday||Jan. 27, 2023||Chinese New Year Holiday|
|Monday||Feb. 27, 2023||Peace Memorial Day Holiday|
|Tuesday||Feb. 28, 2023||Peace Memorial Day|
|Monday||Apr. 03, 2023||Children’s Day|
|Tuesday||Apr. 04, 2023||Children’s Day|
|Wednesday||Apr. 05, 2023||Qing Ming Festival|
|Monday||May 01, 2023||Labour Day|
|Thursday||Jun 22, 2023||Dragon Boat Festival|
|Friday||Jun 23, 2023||Dragon Boat Festival Holiday|
|Friday||Sep 29, 2023||Mid-Autumn Festival|
|Monday||Oct 09, 2023||National Day|
|Tuesday||Oct 10, 2023||National Day|
Taipei Exchangee Taiwan TPEX Holidays 2023
What investors need to know about holidays on TPEX Exchange
The Taipei Exchange (TPEX), formerly known as the GreTai Securities Market, is a significant stock exchange in Taiwan. As with any stock exchange, TPEX observes specific holidays throughout the year when trading activities are suspended. These holidays provide market participants with necessary breaks, facilitate administrative tasks, and ensure the smooth operation of the exchange. This article aims to outline the holidays observed by the Taipei Exchange in 2023 and discuss their impact on trading and investors.
TPEX Holidays in 2023
TPEX follows a predefined holiday schedule. In 2023, the Taipei Exchange will be closed on the following days:
- New Year’s Day: January 1st, 2023 (public holiday).
- Lunar New Year’s Eve: February 8th, 2023 (public holiday).
- Lunar New Year Holidays: February 9th to February 14th, 2023 (public holidays).
- 228 Memorial Day: February 28th, 2023 (public holiday).
- Children’s Day: April 4th, 2023 (public holiday).
- Tomb Sweeping Day: April 5th, 2023 (public holiday).
- Labor Day: May 1st, 2023 (public holiday).
- Dragon Boat Festival: June 1st, 2023 (public holiday).
- Mid-Autumn Festival: September 28th, 2023 (public holiday).
- Double Tenth National Day: October 10th, 2023 (public holiday).
- New Year’s Eve: December 31st, 2023 (public holiday).
Impact on Trading and Investors
The holidays observed by the Taipei Exchange directly impact trading activities and investor engagement. During these non-trading days, TPEX is closed, and investors cannot buy or sell securities listed on the exchange. Consequently, trading volumes and liquidity experience a significant decline during these periods.
For traders and investors, it is crucial to consider the holiday schedule of TPEX when planning investment strategies and managing portfolios. Being aware of market closures allows investors to adjust their trading activities and timing of transactions accordingly. It is advisable to plan ahead and execute trades either before or after these holidays to avoid potential disruptions.
Additionally, the holiday breaks provide an opportunity for investors to review their investment portfolios, analyze market trends, and make informed decisions. This period of reflection allows investors to adjust strategies, rebalance portfolios, and align investments with their long-term goals.
During the holiday season, it is important for investors to stay informed about global economic and financial news that may impact the market upon reopening. Significant events or developments during this period can influence investor sentiment and trigger market fluctuations when trading resumes.