Month of September: 21 trading days and 1 holiday Next market closure: Thanksgiving Day (Thu, Nov 25) with short session (Fri, Nov 26) Last market closure: Labor Day (Mon, Sep 6)
Is the stock market open today? Use the calculator or the table below to find out. This table is the 2021 trading days calendar for the NYSE and NASDAQ.
(Further below are calendars for future years 2022 and 2023, as well as calendars for past years 2016–20).
Colored days indicate the stock exchanges are closed or have truncated trading sessions. The weekend days of Saturday and Sunday are in pink. Holidays and special market hour days are in blue. Non-colored days indicate the exchanges are open for trading.
Regular market hours are 9:30am–4:00pm EST. Short sessions end at 1:00pm EST.
Below each calendar is a list of holidays with the dates they fall on for that year. To the right are the number of trading days and hours in that month and quarter.
For example: November 2021 has one full holiday (Thanksgiving Day), a short session on November 26 where the markets close early, and 20 regular trading sessions. With 6.5 trading hours on regular days and 3.5 on short days, there are a total of 133.5 trading hours for that month.
Stock market holidays are the same for the NYSE and NASDAQ.
2021 Trading Days Calculator
Trading days calculators also available for 2022 and 2023.
2021 Stock Market Trading Hours
Stock market trading hours calculators also available for 2022 and 2023.
In The News
New federal holiday declared in 2021.
On June 17, 2021, a new federal holiday (Juneteenth, or June 19) was officially declared. What does this mean for NYSE and NASDAQ trading? Too early to tell. Market hours were unaffected on Friday, June 18, 2021, but the stock exchanges could decide to observe the new holiday in future years. If and when this happens, the 2022 and 2023 data on this site will be updated accordingly.