Holiday Schedule for 2017

RIAs, mark your calendars for these important dates as you plan your time off in 2017.

Jan. 2, New Year’s Day celebrated – stock market, banks and post offices closed

Jan. 16, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – stock market, banks and post offices closed

Feb. 20, Washington’s Birthday – stock market, banks and post offices closed

April 14, Good Friday – stock market closed; banks and post offices open

May 29, Memorial Day – stock market, banks and post offices closed

July 3, Day before Independence Day – market will close at 1 p.m. ET, banks and post offices open

July 4, Independence Day – stock market, banks and post offices closed

Sept. 4, Labor Day – stock market, banks and post offices closed

Oct. 9, Columbus Day – stock market open; banks and post offices closed

Nov. 10, Friday before Veterans Day – stock market open; banks and post offices closed

Nov. 23, Thanksgiving Day – stock market, banks and post offices closed

Nov. 24, Day after Thanksgiving – stock market will close at 1 p.m. ET; banks and post offices open
Dec. 25, Christmas Day – stock market, banks and post offices closed

For more information about the NYSE’s holiday schedule, please visit the NYSE online. For more information about postal holidays, please visit the USPS online. For more information about federal bank holidays, please visit the Federal Reserve online.