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2022 Trading Days Calendar

How many trading days left this year? Find out here.

Month of January: 20 trading days and 1 holiday
Next market closure: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (Mon, Jan 17)
Last market closure: Christmas (observed) (Fri, Dec 24)

Is the stock market open today? Use the calculator or the table below to find out. This table is the 2022 trading days calendar for the NYSE and NASDAQ.

(Further below are calendars for future years 2023 and 2024, as well as calendars for past years 2016–21).

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 2022 has one full holiday (Thanksgiving Day), a short session on November 25 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.

stock market trading day calendar for 2022

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In The News

New federal holiday to close markets beginning in 2022.

On June 17, 2021, a new federal holiday (Juneteenth, or June 19) was officially declared. There was no observance of the new holiday in 2021. However, the NYSE and NASDAQ exchanges will observe June 19 for future years. Beginning in 2022, no trading will take place on this day (or its observed-day equivalent).

Stock market closed to mourn President Bush.

Stock markets will be closed Wednesday, December 5, 2018 in observance of a national day of mourning for President George H.W Bush.

Did you know?

Historically speaking, the regular trading session of 9:30am–4:00pm is fairly new. Stock market trading hours actually varied quite a bit over the centuries. Here are some of the highlights.

analog clocks showing the Open and Close times for the NYSE in 1792

When the NYSE was first formed in 1792, there were two "call trading" sessions – one in the morning and one in the afternoon – where an official called out stocks for brokers to trade in turn.

analog clocks showing the Open and Close times for the NYSE in 1871

Call trading lasted for nearly eight decades, until 1871 when continuous trading first arrived. From now on, trading sessions would begin promptly at 10:00am Monday through Saturday. But curiously, they could end any time between 2:00 and 4:00pm.

analog clocks showing the Open and Close times for the NYSE in 1887

It was only in 1887 that set hours were first established. Brokers could trade stocks between the hours of 10:00am–3:00pm Monday through Friday, and 10:00am–12:00pm on Saturday.

analog clocks showing the Open and Close times for the NYSE in 1952

Evidently, trading six days a week became too arduous. So the Saturday trading session was dropped in 1952, giving traders their first two-day weekend. But then again, since M–F trading would now end at 3:30pm, with the same morning start time the total number of trading hours in a given week actually increased slightly.

analog clocks showing the Open and Close times for the NYSE in 1974

In 1974, an additional half-hour was tacked on to the end of the regular M–F trading session. Traders now finished work at 4:00pm.

analog clocks showing the Open and Close times for the NYSE in 1985

Finally, yet another half-hour of trading was added in 1985. This last change moved the start time up to 9:30am, where it remains today.

This means there are 32.5 trading hours in a typical week. If you're a stock trader, you know these hours can be pretty intense. But take solace in the fact that this is still significantly lower than the 41.5 hours the typical American works each week!

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