Indian Stock Markets — The NSE (National Stock Exchange) and the BSE ( formerly Bombay Stock Exchange) will close its operations on Friday, November 19. Trading processes will be halted on the day on the account of Guru Nanak Jayanti. On this note, one should keep in mind that this is the last day this time that stock requests will close for a vacation, piecemeal from the weekends. The parts that will remain close on Friday at the BSE are the equity member, equity secondary member and Securities Lending and Borrowing (SLB), according to the timetable. This comes further than a month after the Dusshera vacation, which was on October 15.

Commodity requests will be closed for morning session on October 15. The regular trading will take place in the evening session, according to schedule. For dealers in goods, Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX) will will be closed for the first between 9 am and 5 pm on Friday. It'll open during the alternate half of the session 5 pm to11.30 pm. the Public Commodity & Derivations Exchange Limited (NCDEX) will be shut during the morning session between 9 am and 5 pm and will renew operations from 5 pm till 9 pm.
The stock request will also remain shut on November 20 and 21, that's on Saturday and Sunday, for the regular weekend out. This means that the equity bourses will renew for trading only on Monday, after three days.

Sensex collapsed 372 points on Thursday, tracking losses in indicator majors L&T, Infosys and TCS amid a negative trend in global requests. The 30- share indicator ended372.32 points or0.62 per cent lower at, as per a PTI report. Also, the NSE Nifty fell133.85 points or0.75 per cent to. M&M was the top clunker in the Sensex pack, slipping over 3 per cent, followed by Tech Mahindra, L&T, HCL Tech, Tata Steel and IndusInd Bank. On the other hand, SBI, PowerGrid, HDFC Bank, Reliance Diligence and HUL were among the winners.
During the vacation- abbreviated week, Sensex drooped points or1.73 per cent, while Nifty tanked337.95 points or1.86 per cent. All sectoral indicators ended in the red on Thursday, with BSE essence, bus, capital goods, introductory accoutrements and artificial indicators falling as much as2.76 per cent. Broader BSE midcap and smallcap indicators lost up to1.68 per cent. Away in Asia, bourses in Shanghai, Hong Kong, Tokyo and Seoul ended with losses.

There were three stock request leaves in November on the the account of Diwali, according to BSE Timetable. The BSE, NSE remained unrestricted on Diwali Laxmi Pujan, November 4 (Thursday) and Diwali Balipratipada, November 5 (Friday) before November 19, that's moment.

In 2021, there were 14 stock request leaves. The requests were closed for three days in April, loftiest in any month — Good Friday on April 2, Baba Saheb Ambedkar Jayanti on April 14 and Ram Navami on April 21.
In the environment of a weak global request, compression extended in essence and crude canvas prices, importing down the Indian request. In the broader request, One97 Dispatches Ltd, Paytm’s parent company, crashed around 27 per cent in its request debut on Thursday. Paytm’s Rs-crore IPO, the country’s largest original share trade, was subscribed1.89 times last week.

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