US Market Holidays 2023

If a given holiday happens to take place on Saturday, the Friday before it typically becomes a stock market holiday. Similarly, markets typically close on the following Monday if the holiday lands on a Sunday.

Here is the 2023 holiday schedule for the NYSE and Nasdaq:

  1. New Year’s Day: Monday, Jan. 2 (observed)
  2. Martin Luther King Jr. Day: Monday, Jan. 16
  3. Washington’s Birthday: Monday, Feb. 20
  4. Good Friday: Friday, April 7
  5. Memorial Day: Monday, May 29
  6. Juneteenth National Independence Day: Monday, June 19
  7. Independence Day: Tuesday, July 4
  8. Labor Day: Monday, Sept. 4
  9. Thanksgiving: Thursday, Nov. 23
  10. Christmas: Monday, Dec. 25