New Delhi: Indian inventory exchanges BSE and NSE will stay closed on Wednesday for buying and selling on the event of Diwali-Balipratipada.
Regular buying and selling will resume tomorrow.
The following alternate vacation could be on November 8 for Gurunanak Jayanti.
On Monday too, Indian inventory exchanges had been closed for day-long commerce however with a particular one-hour Muhurat buying and selling window within the evenings when traders place orders for shares in response to their needs which they imagine to be auspicious and herald good returns.
In the meantime, the benchmark inventory indices fell on Tuesday after gaining for seven consecutive days as BSE Sensex dipped 287.70 factors to 59,543.96 whereas Nifty50 went down by 74 factors to settle at a 17,656 degree.