In the evening, I placed a sell on the US stock market flea market, but MTS spat an error saying it was not a business day.
It's Friday, isn't it a business day? Is it a US public holiday? I found out that the Friday before Easter is a public holiday. It's called Good Friday in English.
Since we can't do this every time, we organize the holidays in the US stock market and make a calendar for the holidays in the US stock market so that it can be seen on the calendar app and update it every year.
(New York Stock Exchange photo source)
New York Stock Exchange Closed in 2022
The total number of holidays in 2022 is 9 days.
|2022. 1. 1 (Sat)
||First day of the new year
||1.1 No substitute holidays
|2022. 1. 17 (Mon)
||Martin Luther King Day
||third Monday in January
|2022. 2. 21 (Mon)
||third Monday in January
|2022. 4. 15 (Fri)
||Friday before Easter
|2022. 5. 30 (Mon)
||last Monday in May
|2022. 6. 20 (Mon)
||Slave Emancipation Day
||6.19 Alternative public holidays
|2022. 7. 4 (Mon)
|2022. 9. 5 (Mon)
||first Monday in September
|2022.11. 24 (Thu)
||fourth Thursday in November
|2022.11. 25 (Fri)
||Thanksgiving close early
||Christmas Alternative Holiday
||12.25 Alternative public holidays
(source: New York Stock Exchange website)
The date is based on US time, but since the US stock market opens in the evening in Korean time, the date is the same.
US stock market holiday calendar
I created a calendar for the US stock market holidays in iCloud.
I compared whether to subscribe to US public holidays in Google Calendar, but it did not match the stock holidays. As I manually created and entered the Google Calendar, there was no way to specify the number of days of the month of each month in Google Calendar, so I made it again as an iCloud calendar.
There is no function to designate the next day if it is a Saturday or Sunday in the iCloud calendar. So 2022 was manually moved to the next day.
I captured the Mac calendar and marked the days when the US stock market was closed.
Subscribe to the US stock holiday calendar
Because the iCloud calendar can be shared, I thought that some people might want to see it on the calendar app that uses US stock holidays.
The following address is an address where you can subscribe to the US stock holiday calendar that I created.
Subscribe to U.S. Stock Exchange Holidays on iOS or Mac Calendar
The easiest way is to click the link below on iOS or Mac. This will open the Calendar app and add it to your subscription.
[Subscribe to the US stock holiday calendar]
If you subscribe to your iCloud account on either iPhone, iPad, or Mac, it will be synced for each device.
If you cannot subscribe by clicking the Subscribe button above, you can manually add the above calendar address on Mac, iPhone, or iPad as follows.
Subscribe to U.S. Stock Exchange Holidays Manually on iPhone or iPad
In iOS, you can subscribe to the calendar in Settings.
- Open Settings on your iPhone or iPad
- Tap Mail > Accounts > Add Account > Other > Add Subscribed Calendar
- After entering the server, enter the address and tap the Next button.
- Tap Save to finish.
Subscribe to U.S. Stock Exchange Holidays Manually from the Mac Calendar
You can subscribe directly from the Calendar app on your Mac.
- Open the Calendar app on your Mac.
- From the menu, click File > New Calendar Subscription
- Paste the following address and click Subscribe.
Subscribe to U.S. Stock Exchange Holidays on Google Calendar
You can subscribe to a calendar in Google Calendar, but iCloud Calendar is not a calendar in Google Calendar, so you can add it by URL.
- In other calendars in Google Calendar, click [Add by URL].
- Enter the address below and click [Add Calendar] to add a calendar.
Below is a screenshot of the web screen. Google Calendar can also be viewed on the web or on other devices by adding a subscription to the Google Calendar app on any device.
All the information I have had time to to be visible on the calendar do. If you invest in US stocks, you will also be able to see the holidays in the US stock market on your calendar.