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Are You Looking for Stock Market Holidays 2010?

August 16, 2014 by · 2 Comments 

Today is Good Friday and it’s one of the holidays celebrated in the US. During this day, the stock market is closed. But how about for the rest of 2010, what are the remaining stock market holidays?

For all stock market traders, the New York Stock Exchange declared nine official stock market holidays for 2010. Well, among these nine holidays, four have already passed including today as Good Friday.

The remaining stock market holidays for 2010 are Memorial Day on May 31, Independence Day on July 5, Labor Day on September 6, Thanksgiving Day on November 25, and Christmas Day on December 25.

Mark your calendars now with these remaining stock market holidays for 2010 and plan your stock market trading strategies.

Source: New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)

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