LSE Market Holidays
Is London Stock Exchange closed for Bank Holiday?
The stock market closed on Bank Holiday. Bank Holiday is one of the ten market holidays observed by the London Stock Exchange each year.
The dates on which stock exchanges close differ between regions and do no necessarily align with the typical bank holidays in a given country. In fact, the exact holiday schedules change unpredictable year to year based on a number of factors.
The table below shows the list of passed and future dates on which the London Stock Exchange was closed or will be closed for Bank Holiday. The available dates range from 2016 to 2022.
When is the next "Bank Holiday"?The London Stock Exchange will next observe Good Friday on April 10, 2020 which is 1 week from now.
|Year||Holiday Name||Observed Date||Status|
|2022||Bank Holiday||August 1, 2022||Closed|
|2022||Bank Holiday||May 30, 2022||Closed|
|2022||Bank Holiday||May 2, 2022||Closed|
|2021||Bank Holiday||August 2, 2021||Closed|
|2021||Bank Holiday||May 31, 2021||Closed|
|2021||Bank Holiday||May 3, 2021||Closed|
|2020||Bank Holiday||August 31, 2020||Closed|
|2020||Bank Holiday||May 25, 2020||Closed|
|2020||Bank Holiday||May 8, 2020||Closed|
|2019||Bank Holiday||August 26, 2019||Closed (passed)|
|2019||Bank Holiday||May 27, 2019||Closed (passed)|
|2019||Bank Holiday||May 6, 2019||Closed (passed)|
|2018||Bank Holiday||August 27, 2018||Closed (passed)|
|2018||Bank Holiday||May 28, 2018||Closed (passed)|
|2018||Bank Holiday||May 7, 2018||Closed (passed)|
|2017||Bank Holiday||August 28, 2017||Closed (passed)|
|2017||Bank Holiday||May 29, 2017||Closed (passed)|
|2017||Bank Holiday||May 1, 2017||Closed (passed)|
|2016||Bank Holiday||August 29, 2016||Closed (passed)|
|2016||Bank Holiday||May 30, 2016||Closed (passed)|
|2016||Bank Holiday||May 2, 2016||Closed (passed)|
† Indicates the stock exchange is closed on a different day than the official date on which the holiday is typically celebrated. This is typically the case when a holiday falls on a non-business day.
‡ Indicates that the stock exchange has special hours due to a holiday rather than a full closure. Special Hours and Holiday Closures are always taken into account when computing the Opening/Closing Bell Countdown.