MCX Holidays 2021 | Multi Commodity Exchange Holidays | List of Stock Market Holidays
Well, 2021 is approaching. Standing there a few days away to knock the doors of the universe. 2021 is almost here making us wish to be better already. We all wish that 2021 will prove to be a new beginning. Especially, having a manageable control over the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic. So, we can resume our normal old lifestyle that we led before the outbreak of this virus. We all have plans for the coming year. So, we thought to share the list of MCX Holidays 2021 to help you plan your 2021 already with us. You can have a look at the MCX Holidays 2021 mentioned below and chalk out your plans to spend this 2021. But, before moving on to the list of MCX Holidays, let us get to know a little about MCX.
MCX – Know about Multi Commodity Exchange
MCX is the abbreviation of Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd. The MCX is a platform for commodity trading. Therefore, MCX is a place where exchange and trade of metal, bullion, agro commodities and energy takes place. Some commodities that are traded include gold, silver, lead, copper, zinc, crude oil etc. MCX is India’s independent and largest commodity derivatives exchange. It was established in 2003 and is headquartered in Mumbai.
At present, Mr. Saurabh Chandra is the serving Chairman of MCX with Mr. P.S. Reddy as Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer (MD & CEO). Till 2015, MCX was regulated by the Forward Markets Commission (FMC). FMC later got merged with the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) on 28th September, 2015.
List of MCX Holidays 2021
|1||01-Jan||Friday||New Year's Day|
|6||14-Apr||Wednesday||Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar Jayanti|
|10||13-May||Thursday||Id-ul-Fitr (Ramzan Eid)|
|11||20-Jul||Tuesday||Bakri Eid / Eid ul-Adha|
|13||02-Oct||Saturday||Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti|
|15||20-Oct||Wednesday||Diwali - Laxmi Puja|
|16||04-Nov||Thursday||Diwali - Balipratipada|
|17||19-Nov||Friday||Guru Nanak Jayanti|
Please Note: Following calendar has been prepared after thorough research but some of the festivals & holidays are subject to vary depending on the positioning of the moon and the decision of the Government or respective organisations.
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