This is the calendar of the Spanish stock market in 2022: there will be three holidays

The working calendar of the Spanish stock market for 2022 is already known. It has been announced, as usual, by Bolsa y Mercados Españoles (BME), the company that operates the national equity, fixed income and derivatives markets. Next year will only have three festive days for investors, two less than in 2021.

The Spanish stock market will not be listed on Friday, April 15 (Good Friday), nor will it be listed on Easter Monday, April 18.

Then we will have to wait from the fourth month of next year until the last to have a day off in the national market again, since it will not open on Monday, December 26, due to the “delayed” Christmas holiday, which really will fall on Sunday.

In this way, the national markets will function normally on holidays such as Wednesday, October 12 (National Holiday), Tuesday, November 1 (All Saints’ Day) or Tuesday, December 6 (Constitution Day).

Likewise, unlike other years, in 2022 there will be no day in which the market is partially trading (that is, only half a session). Therefore, only the aforementioned five days will be “non-business days for the purposes of operation”, reports BME.

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The calendar announced this Wednesday by BME for the Spanish stock market includes six festive sessions less than (NYSE) for Wall Street next year.

Specifically, the North American market will not trade on April 15 or December 26, although it will work normally on Easter Monday.

Instead, the New York Stock Exchange will be closed for a holiday on Monday, January 17 (Martin Luther King Jr. Day), Monday, February 21 (Presidents’ Day), Monday, May 30 (Memorial Day). Day), Monday, June 20 (Juneteenth National Independence Day), Monday, July 4 (Independence Day), and Monday, September 5 (Labor Day).

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In addition, Wall Street will only trade half a session on Thanksgiving Day (or Thanksgiving), on Thursday, November 24.

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