BSE, NSE To Conduct Special Muhurat Trading Session On Diwali: Timings And Other Important Details

BSE and NSE will remain closed on November 16 for Diwali Balipratipada

Muhurat Trading 2020: Stock exchanges BSE and NSE will conduct a special, one-hour trading session – called Muhurat trading session – to mark the Diwali festival on Saturday, November 14. The Muhurat trading session will be held between 6:15 pm and 7:15 pm , the bourses said in separate circulars.Diwali 2020 marks the beginning of Samvat 2077, the Hindu calendar year which will end on the eve of Diwali next year. (Also Read: Brokerages’ Top Brokerage Calls For Samvat 2077)

Muhurat Trading Timings

“Muhurat trading is the auspicious stock market trading for an hour on Diwali (Deepawali) … As Diwali also marks the beginning of the New Year, it is believed that Muhurat trading on this day brings n wealth and prosperity throughout the year,” according to the NSE.

Muhurat Trading – Segments

Both stock exchanges will remain closed on November 16 for Diwali Balipratipada.

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