Is the Stock Market Closed for Thanksgiving 2023?


  • Investors are wondering if the stock market is closed for Thanksgiving 2023.
  • We’ve got the answer to that question with our breakdown of market holidays.
  • That includes the rest of the market holidays worth keeping track of for 2023.
Is the Stock Market Closed for Thanksgiving 2023 - Is the Stock Market Closed for Thanksgiving 2023?

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Investors who are wondering if the stock market is closed for Thanksgiving 2023 will want to stick around as we have the answer to that question!

The short answer is that the stock market will be closed on Thanksgiving Day. To go along with that, the stock market will also close early on Black Friday. That will see those markets close at 1:00 p.m. Eastern as compared to the normal 4:00 p.m. Eastern closing time.

The stock market is not the only thing that will be closed for Thanksgiving 2023. Seeing as Thanksgiving is a federal holiday, banks, post offices and other government facilities won’t be open this Thursday. Several stores and other retail locations will be closed for the holiday as well.

More Stock Market Holidays in 2023

Outside of Thanksgiving 2023, the stock market is going to be closed for one more holiday this year. Investors will see the stock market close on Monday, Dec. 25 for Christmas Day. After that, traders will have to wait until markets close on Jan. 1, 2024 for the next stock market holiday.

Of course, there are still a few days before the stock market closes down for Thanksgiving. Until then, InvestorPlace will continue to offer up all of the latest news for traders.

For example, we’ve got all of the biggest stock market stories traders need to know about on Monday! Among that is what’s moving shares of Dutch Bros (NYSE:BROS), Uber (NYSE:UBER) and Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) stock today. You can catch up on all of these matters by checking out the links below!

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On the date of publication, William White did not hold (either directly or indirectly) any positions in the securities mentioned in this article. The opinions expressed in this article are those of the writer, subject to the Publishing Guidelines.

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