Is the Stock Market Open on Labor Day 2022?

The U.S. Stock Market, including the Nasdaq and New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), is closed on Labor Day as a U.S. federal holiday.

This implies that once the market shuts on Friday, September 2, at 4 PM Eastern, it won't reopen until 9:30 AM Eastern on Tuesday, September 6.

On this day off from commerce, people may celebrate and recognize the achievements of the American labor movement and its members.

On Labor Day, can you still trade stocks? There are no open trading times on Labor Day.

Labor Day is a federal holiday in the United States, therefore all non-essential federal government offices—including the federal bank and post offices—will be closed.

According to the American Federal Reserve, Labor Day is also a bank holiday, so commercial banks and other financial institutions will likely be closed or operate under very different hours.

Thanksgiving, which falls this year on November 24, 2022, will be the next U.S. stock market holiday.

New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, President's Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, Juneteenth, Independence Day, Labor Day, 

Thanksgiving (with an early close at 1 pm EST on the following day, also known as Black Friday), and Christmas Day are among the nine holidays that the U.S. Stock Market observes each year.