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HISTORY OF NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE HOLIDAYS

New Year's Day (Jan. 1) Closed every year.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (Jan. 15) Closed for 1 minute of silence at noon since1986.  Closed all day beginning in 1998. Observed on the third Monday of January.
Lincoln's Birthday (Feb. 12) Closed every year, 1896-1953.
Washington's Birthday (Feb. 22) Closed every year. Observed on Mondayssince 1971.
Good Friday Closed every year except 1898, 1906 and1907.
Decoration/Memorial Day (May 30) Closed every year since 1873.  Observedon Mondays since 1971.
Independence Day (July 4) Closed every year.
Labor Day Closed every year, 1887-date.
Columbus Day (Oct. 12) Closed every year, 1909-1953.
Election Day Closed every year through 1968.Closed presidential election years only,1972-1980.
Armistice/Veteran's Day (Nov. 11) Closed all day, 1918 and 1921.Closed for two minutes, 1922-1933.Closed all day, 1934-1953.Closed at 11:00 am for two minutes, 1954-2006.
Thanksgiving Day Closed every year.
Christmas Day (Dec. 25) Closed every year.Traditionally, when a holiday falls on a Sunday, the NYSE closes the succeedingMonday.  On July 3, 1959, the Board adopted a policy that, when a holiday falls on aSaturday, the Exchange will not be open for business on the preceding Friday, unless it tends a monthly or yearly accounting period.  See NYSE Rule 51.

Beginning in 2007, the two-minute moment of silence took place prior to the start of the tradingday.

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE SPECIAL CLOSINGS, 1885–date

Aug. 8, 1885 (Sat) Funeral of former President Ulysses S. Grant.
July 2, 1887 (Sat) Saturday before Independence Day.
Dec. 24, 1887 (Sat) Christmas Eve.
Mar. 12-13, 1888 (Mon-Tue) Blizzard of 1888.
Sept. 1, 1888 (Sat) Saturday before Labor Day.
Nov. 30, 1888 (Fri) Friday after Thanksgiving Day.
Apr. 29-May 1, 1889 (Mon-Wed) Centennial celebration of Washington'sinauguration.
July 5, 1890 (Sat) Saturday after Independence Day.
Dec. 26, 1891 (Sat) Saturday after Christmas.
July 2, 1892 (Sat) Saturday before Independence Day.
Oct. 12, 1892 (Wed) Columbian Celebration.
Oct. 21-22, 1892 (Fri-Sat) Columbian Celebration.
Apr. 27, 1893 (Thu) Columbian Celebration.
Dec. 26, 1896 (Sat) Saturday after Christmas.
Apr. 27, 1897 (Tue) Grant's birthday.
May 4, 1898 (Wed) Charter Day.
July 2, 1898 (Sat) Saturday before Independence Day.
Aug. 20, 1898 (Sat) Welcome of naval commanders.
Sept. 3, 1898 (Sat) Saturday before Labor Day.
Dec. 24, 1898 (Sat) Saturday before Christmas.
Feb. 11, 1899 (Sat) Saturday before Lincoln's Birthday.
May 29, 1899 (Mon) Monday before Decoration Day.
July 3, 1899 (Mon) Monday before Independence Day.
Sept. 29-30, 1899 (Fri-Sat) Admiral Dewey Celebration.
Nov. 25, 1899 (Sat) Funeral of Vice-President Garret A. Hobart.
Apr. 14, 1900 (Sat) Saturday after Good Friday.
Sept. 1, 1900 (Sat) Saturday before Labor Day.
Dec. 24, 1900 (Mon) Christmas Eve.
Feb. 2, 1901 (Sat) Funeral of Queen Victoria of England.
Feb. 23, 1901 (Sat) Saturday after Washington's Birthday.
Apr. 6, 1901 (Sat) Saturday after Good Friday.
Apr. 27, 1901 (Sat) Moved to temporary quarters in ProduceExchange.
May 11, 1901 (Sat) Enlarged temporary quarters in Produce Exchange.
July 5-6, 1901 (Fri-Sat) Days after Independence Day.
Aug. 31, 1901 (Sat) Saturday before Labor Day.
Sept. 14, 1901 (Sat) Death of President William McKinley.
Sept. 19, 1901 (Thu) Funeral of President William McKinley.
Mar. 29, 1902 (Sat) Saturday after Good Friday.
May 31, 1902 (Sat) Saturday after Decoration Day.
July 5, 1902 (Sat) Saturday after Independence Day.
Aug. 9, 1902 (Sat) Coronation of King Edward VII of England.
Aug. 30, 1902 (Sat) Saturday before Labor Day.
Feb. 21, 1903 (Sat) Saturday before Washington's Birthday.
Apr. 11, 1903 (Sat) Saturday after Good Friday.
Apr. 22, 1903 (Wed) Opening of new NYSE building.
Sept. 5, 1903 (Sat) Saturday before Labor Day.
Dec. 26, 1903 (Sat) Saturday after Christmas.
May 28, 1904 (Sat) Saturday before Decoration Day.
July 2, 1904 (Sat) Saturday before Independence Day.
Sept. 3, 1904 (Sat) Saturday before Labor Day.
Dec. 24, 1904 (Sat) Saturday before Christmas.
Apr. 22, 1905 (Sat) Saturday after Good Friday.
Feb. 23, 1907 (Sat) Saturday after Washington's birthday.
Mar. 30, 1907 (Sat) Saturday after Good Friday.
Aug. 31, 1907 (Sat) Saturday before Labor Day.
Apr. 18, 1908 (Sat) Saturday after Good Friday.
June 26, 1908 (Fri) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Funeral of former PresidentGrover Cleveland.
Sept. 5, 1908 (Sat) Saturday before Labor Day.
Dec. 26, 1908 (Sat) Saturday after Christmas
Feb. 13, 1909 (Sat) Saturday after Lincoln's Birthday.
Apr. 10, 1909 (Sat) Saturday after Good Friday.
May 29, 1909 (Sat) Saturday before Decoration Day.
July 3, 1909 (Sat) Saturday before Independence Day.
Sept. 4, 1909 (Sat) Saturday before Labor Day.
Sept. 25, 1909 (Sat) Reception Day of the Hudson-Fulton Celebration.
Mar. 26, 1910 (Sat) Saturday after Good Friday.
May 7, 1910 (Sat) Closed 11:00 am.  Death of King Edward VII ofEngland.
May 20, 1910 (Fri) Closed from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon.  Funeral ofKing Edward VII.
May 28, 1910 (Sat) Saturday before Decoration Day.
July 2, 1910 (Sat) Saturday before Independence Day.
Sept. 3, 1910 (Sat) Saturday before Labor Day.
Dec. 24, 1910 (Sat) Saturday before Christmas.
Apr. 15, 1911 (Sat) Saturday after Good Friday.
Sept. 2, 1911 (Sat) Saturday before Labor Day.
Dec. 23, 1911 (Sat) Saturday before Christmas.
Aug. 31, 1912 (Sat) Saturday before Labor Day.
Nov. 2, 1912 (Sat) Funeral of Vice-President James S. Sherman.
Mar. 22, 1913 (Sat) Saturday after Good Friday.
Apr. 14, 1913 (Mon) Closed from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon.  Funeral of J.P. Morgan.
May 31, 1913 (Sat) Saturday after Decoration Day.
July 5, 1913 (Sat) Saturday after Independence Day.
Aug. 30, 1913 (Sat) Saturday before Labor Day.
Sept. 22, 1913 (Mon) Closed from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon.  Funeral ofMayor William J. Gaynor.
July 31-Nov. 27, 1914 (Fri-Fri) Closed pending outbreak of World War I.  Reopened for trading in bonds with pricerestrictions on November 28, 1914; for trading in alimited number of stocks under price restrictions onDecember 12, 1914; and for trading in all stocks,under price restrictions, on December 15, 1914.  All restrictions were removed April 1, 1915.
Dec. 30, 1916 (Sat) Saturday before New Year's Day.
June 5, 1917 (Tue) Draft Registration Day.
Aug. 4, 1917 (Sat) Heat.
Aug. 29, 1917 (Wed) Closed at 12:00 noon.  Parade of National Guard.
Sept. 1, 1917 (Sat) Saturday before Labor Day.
Oct. 13, 1917 (Sat) Saturday after Columbus Day.
Oct. 24, 1917 (Wed) Closed at 12:00 noon.  Liberty Day.
Jan. 28, 1918 (Mon) Heatless day.
Feb. 4, 1918 (Mon) Heatless day.
Feb. 11, 1918 (Mon) Heatless day.
Apr. 26, 1918 (Fri) Closed at 12:00 noon.  Liberty Day.
July 11, 1918 (Thu) Closed from 11:00 am to 12:00 noon.  Funeral offormer Mayor John Purroy Mitchell.
Sept. 12, 1918 (Thu) Draft registration day.
Nov. 7, 1918 (Thu) Closed at 2:30 pm.  False armistice report.
Nov. 11, 1918 (Mon) Armistice signed.
Jan. 7, 1919 (Tue) Closed at 12:30 pm.  Funeral of former President Theodore Roosevelt.
Mar. 25, 1919 (Tue) Homecoming of 27th Division.
May 6, 1919 (Tue) Parade of 77th Division.
May 31, 1919 (Sat) Saturday after Decoration Day.
July 5, 1919 (Sat) Saturday after Independence Day.
July 19, 1919 (Sat) Heat and to allow offices to catch up on work.
Aug. 2, 1919 (Sat) To allow offices to catch up on work.
Aug. 16, 1919 (Sat) To allow offices to catch up on work.
Aug. 30, 1919 (Sat) Saturday before Labor Day.
Sept. 10, 1919 (Wed) Return of General John J. Pershing.
Dec. 30, 1919 (Tue) Opened at 10:30 am – traffic block.
Feb. 6, 1920 (Fri) Opened at 10:30 am – traffic block.
Apr. 3, 1920 (Sat) Saturday after Good Friday.
May 1, 1920 (Sat) Many firms changed office locations.
July 3, 1920 (Sat) Saturday before Independence Day.
Sept. 4, 1920 (Sat) Saturday before Labor Day.
Sept. 16, 1920 (Thu) Closed at 12:00 noon.  Wall Street explosion.
May 28, 1921 (Sat) Saturday before Decoration Day.
July 2, 1921 (Sat) Saturday before Independence Day.
Aug. 2, 1921 (Tue) Opened at 1:00 pm.  Fire in annunciator board.
Sept. 3, 1921 (Sat) Saturday before Labor Day.
Dec. 23, 1922 (Sat) Saturday before Christmas Day.
Aug. 3, 1923 (Fri) Death of President Warren G. Harding.
Aug. 8, 1923 (Wed) Closed from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm during funeralservices for President Warren G. Harding in Washington, DC.
Aug. 10, 1923 (Fri) Funeral of President Warren G. Harding at Marion,Ohio.
Feb. 6, 1924 (Wed) Closed at 12:30 pm.  Funeral of former President Woodrow Wilson.
May 31, 1924 (Sat) Saturday after Decoration Day.
Jan. 24, 1925 (Sat) Opened at 10:45 am.  Eclipse of sun.
Sept. 18, 1925 (Fri) Closed at 2:30 pm.  Funeral of Seymour L. Cromwell, former NYSE president.
Dec. 26, 1925 (Sat) Saturday after Christmas Day.
May 29, 1926 (Sat) Saturday before Decoration Day.
July 3, 1926 (Sat) Saturday before Independence Day.
Sept. 4, 1926 (Sat) Saturday before Labor Day.
June 13, 1927 (Mon) Parade for Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh.
Apr. 7, 1928 (Sat) Heavy volume.  To allow member firm offices to catch up on work.
Apr. 21, 1928 (Sat) Heavy volume.  To allow member firm offices to catch up on work.
May 5, 1928 (Sat) Heavy volume.  To allow member firm offices to catch up on work.
May 12, 1928 (Sat) Heavy volume.  To allow member firm offices to catch up on work.
May 19, 1928 (Sat) Heavy volume.  To allow member firm offices to catch up on work.
May 21-25, 1928 (Mon-Fri) Closed at 2:00 pm to allow member firm offices to catch up on work.  Heavy volume.
May 26, 1928 (Sat) Heavy volume.  To allow member firm offices to catch up on work.
Nov. 24, 1928 (Sat) Heavy volume.  To allow member firm offices to catch up on work.
Feb. 9, 1929 (Sat) Heavy volume.  To allow member firm offices to catch up on work.
Feb. 23, 1929 (Sat) Saturday after Washington's Birthday.
Mar. 30, 1929 (Sat) Saturday after Good Friday.
Aug. 31, 1929 (Sat) Saturday before Labor Day.
Oct. 31, 1929 (Thu) Opened at 12:00 noon to allow member firm offices to catch up on work and to relieve personnel.
Nov. 1-2, 1929 (Fri-Sat) To allow member firm offices to catch up on work and to relieve personnel.
Nov. 6-8, 1929 (Wed-Fri) Closed at 1:00 pm to allow member firm offices to catch up on work and to relieve personnel.
Nov. 9, 1929 (Sat) To allow member firm offices to catch up on work and to relieve personnel.
Nov. 11-15, 1929 (Mon-Fri) Closed at 1:00 pm to allow member firm offices to catch up on work and to relieve personnel.
Nov. 16, 1929 (Sat) To allow member firm offices to catch up on work and to relieve personnel.
Nov. 18-22, 1929 (Mon-Fri) Closed at 1:00 pm to allow member firm offices to catch up on work and to relieve personnel.
Nov. 23, 1929 (Sat) To allow member firm offices to catch up on work and to relieve personnel.
Nov. 29-30, 1929 (Fri-Sat) To allow member firm offices to catch up on work and to relieve personnel.
Mar. 11, 1930 (Tue) Closed at 12:30 pm.  Funeral of former President William Howard Taft.
Apr. 19, 1930 (Sat) Saturday after Good Friday.
May 31, 1930 (Sat) Saturday after Decoration Day.
July 5, 1930 (Sat) Saturday after Independence Day.
Aug. 30, 1930 (Sat) Saturday  before Labor Day.
Sept. 5, 1931 (Sat) Saturday  before Labor Day.
Dec. 26, 1931 (Sat) Saturday  after Christmas.
July 2, 1932 (Sat) Saturday  before Independence Day.
Jan. 7, 1933 (Sat) Funeral of former President Calvin Coolidge.
Mar. 4, 1933 (Sat) State banking holiday.
Mar. 6-14, 1933 (Mon-Tue) National banking holiday.
July 24-25, 1933 (Mon-Tue) Opened at 12:00 noon.  Volume activity.
July 26-28, 1933 (Wed-Fri) Opened at 11:00 am, closed at 2:00 pm.  Volume activity.
July 29, 1933 (Sat) Volume activity.
Aug. 4, 1933 (Fri) Closed shortly after 12:30 pm – gas fumes on trading floor.
Aug. 5, 1933 (Sat) Volume activity.
Aug. 12, 1933 (Sat) Volume activity.
Aug. 19, 1933 (Sat) Volume activity.
Aug. 26, 1933 (Sat) Volume activity.
Sept. 2, 1933 (Sat) Volume activity.
Sept. 13, 1933 (Wed) Closed at 12:00 noon – NRA demonstration.
Feb. 20, 1934 (Tue) Opened at 11:00 am – severe snowstorm.
Jan. 28, 1936 (Tue) Closed from 10:00 to 11:00 am.  Funeral of King George V of England.
Dec. 26, 1936 (Sat) Saturday after Christmas.
May 29, 1937 (Sat) Saturday before Decoration Day.
July 3, 1937 (Sat) Saturday before Independence Day.
May 18, 1942 (Mon) Closed from 12:00 noon to 1:00 pm.  NYSE 150th anniversary.
Oct. 22, 1942 (Thu) Closed from 2:32 to 2:58 pm – Civil Defense Drill.
Oct. 26, 1943 (Tue) Closed from 2:38 to 2:59 pm – Civil Defense Drill. Reopened from 3:20 to 3:40 pm under special rule of the Board.
Aug. 19, 1944 (Sat) Closed Saturday.
Aug. 26, 1944 (Sat) Closed Saturday.
Sept. 2, 1944 (Sat) Closed Saturday.
Apr. 14, 1945 (Sat) National Day of Mourning for President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
June 19, 1945 (Tue) Closed from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm – Parade for General Eisenhower.
July 7-Sept. 1, 1945 (Sat-Sat) Closed Saturdays.
Aug. 15-16, 1945 (Wed-Thu) V-J Day.  End of World War II.
Oct. 13, 1945 (Sat) Saturday after Columbus Day.
Oct. 27, 1945 (Sat) Navy Day.
Dec. 24, 1945 (Mon) Christmas Eve.
Feb. 23, 1946 (Sat) Saturday after Washington's Birthday.
May 25, 1946 (Sat) Railroad strike.
June 1-Sept. 28, 1946 (Sat-Sat) Closed Saturdays.
May 31-Sept. 27, 1947 (Sat-Sat) Closed Saturdays.
May 29-Sept. 25, 1948 (Sat-Sat) Closed Saturdays.
Jan. 3, 1948 (Sat) Severe weather conditions.
May 28-Sept. 24, 1949 (Sat-Sat) Closed Saturdays.
Dec. 24, 1949 (Sat) Christmas Eve.
June 3-Sept. 30, 1950 (Sat-Sat) Closed Saturdays.
Dec. 12, 1950 (Sat) Saturday before Christmas Eve.
Apr. 20, 1951 (Fri) Closed from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.  Parade for General MacArthur.
June 2-Sept. 29, 1951 (Sat-Sat) Closed Saturdays.
Nov. 28, 1951 (Wed) Closed from 10:33 to 11:05 am – Civil Defense Drill.
Dec. 24, 1951 (Mon) Closed at 1:00 pm – Christmas Eve.
May 31-Sept. 27, 1952 (Sat-Sat) Closed Saturdays.
June 14, 1954 (Mon) Closed from 10:02 to 10:32 am – Civil Defense Drill.
Dec. 24, 1954 (Fri) Christmas Eve.
June 15, 1955 (Wed) Closed from 2:05 to 2:35 pm – Civil Defense Drill.
Dec. 24, 1956 (Mon) Christmas Eve.
July 12, 1957 (Fri) Closed from 1:45 to 2:15 pm – Civil Defense Drill.
May 6, 1958 (Tue) Closed from 10:30 to 10:50 am – Civil Defense Drill.
Dec. 26, 1958 (Fri) Day after Christmas.
Apr. 17, 1959 (Fri) Closed from 1:30 to 1:50 pm – Civil Defense Drill.
May 3, 1960 (Tue) Closed from 2:16 to 2:40 pm – Civil Defense Drill.
Dec. 12, 1960 (Mon) Opened at 11:00 am – severe snowstorm.
May 29, 1961 (Mon) Day before Decoration Day.
Nov. 22, 1963 (Fri) Closed at 2:07 pm.  Assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Nov. 25, 1963 (Mon) Funeral of President John F. Kennedy.
Oct. 23, 1964 (Fri) Closed at 2:00 pm – Funeral of former President Herbert C. Hoover.
Jan. 25, 1965 (Mon) The NYSE observed two minutes of silence, from 11:00 am to 11:02 am, in memory of Sir Winston Churchill.
Nov. 10, 1965 (Wed) Opened at 11:05 am due to blackout.  Power failure in New York State began at 5:28 pm the previous evening.
Dec. 24, 1965 (Fri) Christmas Eve.  Closed all day.
Jan. 6-14, 1966 (Thu-Fri) 2:00 pm closing due to transit strike (seven days).
Feb. 3, 1967 (Fri) The NYSE observed one minute of silence, from 1:00 to 1:01 pm, in memory of the three astronauts who died in the Apollo I disaster.
Feb. 7, 1967 (Tue) Opened at 10:15 am, closed at 2:00 pm – snowstorm.
May 17, 1967 (Wed) Trading suspended 12:58 to 1:13 pm while Vice President Humphrey spoke from Rostrum in honor of NYSE's 175th anniversary.
Aug. 8-18, 1967 (Tue-Fri) 2:00 pm closing (nine days) due to back office work load.
Jan. 22-Mar. 1, 1968 (Mon-Fri) 2:00 pm closing due to back office work load.  3:30 close resumed March 4.
Feb. 12, 1968 (Mon) Lincoln's Birthday.  Trading Floor closed but officesremained open.
Apr. 5, 1968 (Fri) The NYSE observed one minute of silence, from11:00 to 11:01 am, in memory of Dr. Martin LutherKing, Jr.
Apr. 9, 1968 (Tue) National Day of Mourning for Martin Luther King, Jr.
June 6, 1968 (Thu) The NYSE observed two minutes of silence, from11:00 to 11:02 am, in memory of Senator Robert F. Kennedy.
June 12-Dec. 31, 1968 (Wed-Tue) Four day week (closed on Wednesdays or regular holiday) – Paperwork Crisis.
July 5, 1968 (Fri) Day after Independence Day.
Jan. 2-July 3, 1969 (Thu-Thu) Five day week resumed, but with curtailed hours:2:00 pm closing – Paperwork Crisis.
Feb. 10, 1969 (Mon) Closed all day – heavy snow.
Feb. 11, 1969 (Tue) Opened at 11:00 am – heavy snow.
Mar. 28, 1969 (Fri) The NYSE observed two minutes of silence, from1:30 to 1:32 pm, in memory of former PresidentDwight D. Eisenhower.
Mar. 31, 1969 (Mon) Closed.  Funeral of former President Dwight D. Eisenhower.
June 2, 1969 (Mon) Opened at 10:45 am.  Delays due to storm.
July 7-Sept. 26, 1969 (Mon-Fri) 2:30 pm closing – Paperwork Crisis.
July 21, 1969 (Mon) Closed – National Day of Participation for the lunar exploration.
Sept. 3, 1969 (Wed) Closed 12:35 -1:05 pm due to power failure.
Sept. 29, 1969-May 1, 1970 (Mon-Fri) 3:00 pm closing – Paperwork Crisis.  Normal hours (10:00 am-3:30 pm) resumed May 4, 1970.
Dec. 28, 1972 (Thu) Closed.  Funeral of former President Harry S.Truman.
Jan. 25, 1973 (Thu) Closed for funeral of former President Lyndon B.Johnson.
Dec. 17, 1973 (Mon) Opened at 11:00 am due to ice storm.
Jan. 16, 1974 (Wed) Opened at 10:15 am – Merrill Lynch had computertrouble.
Apr. 10, 1974 (Wed) Trading halted from 11:09 to 11:35 am due to computer malfunction.
Oct. 15, 1974 (Wed) Ticker down at 11:37 am.  Trading halted atapproximately 11:46 am and resumed at 12:22 pm.
Nov. 22, 1974 (Fri) Opening delayed until 10:15 am due to fire drill.
Dec. 24, 1974 (Tue) Closed at 2:00 pm – Christmas Eve.
Jan. 7, 1975 (Tue) Computer stopped at 10:07 am, resumed at 10:50 am.  Trading halted 43 minutes.
Jan. 15, 1975 (Wed) Computer stopped at 1:24 pm, resumed at 1:45pm.  Trading halted 21 minutes.
Feb. 7, 1975 (Fri) Computer failure – trading halted 10:24 am,resumed 11:00 am.
Feb. 12, 1975 (Wed) Floor closed at 2:30 pm due to snowstorm.
Apr. 9, 1975 (Wed) Computer failure 10:09 am, trading resumed 10:35 am.  Trading halted 26 minutes.
Dec. 24, 1975 (Wed) Floor closed at 2:00 pm – Christmas Eve.
Feb. 2, 1976 (Mon) Opened at 11:15 am.  Delayed due to storm.
June 8, 1976 (Tue) Opening delayed due to fire drill.
Aug. 9, 1976 (Mon) Floor closed at 3:00 pm.  Hurricane watch.
Nov. 4, 1976 (Thu) The NYSE observed one minute of silence in memory of Gustave L. Levy, former NYSE chairman.
Feb. 24, 1977 (Thu) The NYSE observed one minute of silence, from 11:00 to 11:01 am, in memory of John A. Coleman, former NYSE chairman.
Mar. 1, 1977 (Tue) Floor closed at 10:24 am due to fire on moving ramp between trading floor and Blue Room.   Reopened at 11:45 am.
July 14, 1977 (Thu) Closed due to blackout in New York City.
Dec. 12, 1977 (Mon) Trading halted from 1:35 to 2:00 pm – compute failure.
Jan. 20, 1978 (Fri) Opened at 12:00 noon due to snowstorm.
Feb. 6, 1978 (Mon) Floor closed at 2:00 pm due to snowstorm.
Feb. 7, 1978 (Tue) Opened at 11:00 am due to snowstorm.
Dec. 13, 1979 (Thu) The NYSE observed one minute of silence inmemory of Robert L. Stott, former NYSE chairman.
Oct. 13, 1980 (Mon) Market closed between 11:11 am and 12:05 pmbecause of computer malfunction.
Dec. 30, 1980 (Tue) The NYSE observed one minute of silence inmemory of James Crane Kellogg III, former NYSE chairman.
Mar. 30, 1981 (Mon) Market closed at 3:17 pm due to assassination attempt on President Reagan.
Sept. 9, 1981 (Wed) Market closed at 3:28 pm due to Con Edison power failure in lower Manhattan.
Sept. 16, 1981 (Wed) Trading halted from 12:26 to 12:45 pm due to fire alarm malfunction.
Dec. 28, 1982 (Tue) Market closed between 10:25 and 11:00 am due to small fire.
Oct. 13, 1983 (Thu) Trading halted from 2:51 pm to 3:30 pm due to technical malfunction of low speed ticker.
Sept. 27, 1985 (Fri) Market closed due to Hurricane Gloria.
Jan. 29, 1986 (Wed) The NYSE observed one minute of silence, from11:00 to 11:01 am, in memory of the seven crew members who perished in the Challenger space shuttle disaster.
Oct. 23-30, 1987 (Fri-Fri) Shortened hours following market break of October 19 and record breaking volume – 2:00 pm close.
Nov. 2-4, 1987 (Mon-Wed) 2:30 pm close.
Nov. 5-6, 1987 (Thu-Fri) 3:00 pm close.
Nov. 9-11, 1987 (Mon-Wed) 3:30 pm close.  Normal hours resumed November 12.  Trading floor and clerical staff went on strike November 10-13 and were replaced by emergency reserve personnel.  NYSE remained open throughout the strike.
Nov. 10, 1989 (Fri) Electrical fire delayed opening for an hour.
Nov. 23, 1990 (Fri) Internal power failure halted trading from 9:41 to11:15 am.
Dec. 24, 1990 (Mon) Christmas Eve.  Closed at 2:00 pm.
Dec. 27, 1990 (Thu) Opening delayed to 11:00 am due to explosion of a Con Edison transformer outside 55 Water Street.
Jan. 17, 1991 (Thu) Opening delayed until 9:31 am for a minute ofsilent prayer for the American troops in the Persian Gulf.
Feb. 25, 1991 (Mon) Opening delayed until 9:31 am for a minute of silence in honor of the American troops in the Persian Gulf.
Oct. 22, 1991 (Tue) Power dip halts trading for 24 minutes, from 10:21 to 10:45 am.
Dec. 24, 1991 (Tue) Christmas Eve.  Closed at 2:00 pm.
Mar. 19, 1992 (Thu) The NYSE observed one minute of silence in memory of Bernard J. Lasker, former NYSE chairman.
May 15, 1992 (Fri) The NYSE observed one minute of silence in memory of G. Keith Funston, former NYSE president.
June 15, 1992 (Mon) The NYSE observed one minute of silence in memory of Robert W. Haack, former NYSE president.
Nov. 27, 1992 (Fri) Closed at 2:00 pm.  Day after Thanksgiving.
Dec. 24, 1992 (Thu) Christmas Eve.  Closed at 2:00 pm.
Nov. 26, 1993 (Fri) Day after Thanksgiving.  Closed at 1:00 pm.
Feb. 11, 1994 (Fri) Floor closed at 2:30 pm due to snowstorm.
Apr. 25, 1994 (Mon) The NYSE observed two minutes of silence, from 12:00 noon to 12:02 pm, in memory of former President Richard M. Nixon.
Apr. 27, 1994 (Wed) Closed for funeral of former President Richard M. Nixon.
Nov. 25, 1994 (Fri) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Day after Thanksgiving.
Apr. 26, 1995 (Wed) The NYSE observed one minute of silence, from10:02 to 10:03 am, in memory of the victims of theOklahoma City bombing.  (Bombing took place at9:02 am central time, April 19.)
July 3, 1995 (Mon) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Day before Independence Day.
Nov. 24, 1995 (Fri) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Day after Thanksgiving.
Dec. 18, 1995 (Mon) Opening delayed until 10:30 am.  Computersystems trouble.
Jan. 8, 1996 (Mon) Opening delayed until 11:00 am due to snowstorm. Trading floor closed at 2:00 pm.
Apr. 4, 1996 (Thu) The NYSE observed one minute of silence inmemory of Commerce Secretary Ron Brown andthe government, corporate, military, and mediarepresentatives killed in a plane crash in theBalkans on April 3.
July 5, 1996 (Fri) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Day after Independence Day.
Nov. 29, 1996 (Fri) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Day after Thanksgiving Day.
Dec. 24, 1996 (Tue) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Christmas Eve.
July 3, 1997 (Thu) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Day before Independence Day.
Oct. 27, 1997 (Mon) “Circuit breakers” triggered for first time when the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 350 points,triggering a mandated trading halt that closed themarket at 2:35 pm for a half hour.  Trading resumed at 3:05 pm and the Dow declined an additional 200 points, causing another halt at 3:30 pm that ended trading for the day.
Nov. 28, 1997 (Fri) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Day after Thanksgiving Day.
Dec. 24, 1997 (Wed) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Christmas Eve.
Dec. 26, 1997 (Fri) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Friday after Christmas.
July 29, 1998 (Wed) The NYSE observed one minute of silence in memory of William McChesney Martin, Jr., former NYSE president.
Oct. 26, 1998 (Mon) Computer switch malfunction halts trading for 59 minutes, from 1:16 to 2:15 pm.
Nov. 27, 1998 (Fri) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Day after Thanksgiving Day.
Dec. 24, 1998 (Thu) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Christmas Eve.
Mar. 25, 1999 (Thu) The NYSE observed one minute of silence, from 10:00 to 10:02 am in tribute to the NATO troops in Kosovo.
Apr. 26, 1999 (Mon) The NYSE observed one minute of silence, from 12:00 noon to 12:02 pm, in memory of the fourteen students and one teacher killed at Columbine High School, Littleton, Colorado.
Nov. 26, 1999 (Fri) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Day after Thanksgiving Day.
Dec. 31, 1999 (Fri) Closed at 1:00 pm.  New Year’s Eve.
Feb. 16, 2000 (Wed) The NYSE observed one minute of silence, from 12:00 noon to 12:01 pm, in memory of Walter N. Frank, former NYSE chairman.
May 4, 2000 (Thu) The NYSE observed one minute of silence, from 12:00 noon to 12:01 pm, in memory of John Cardinal O’Connor, Archbishop of New York.
July 3, 2000 (Mon) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Day before Independence Day.
Nov. 24, 2000 (Fri) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Day after Thanksgiving Day.
June 8, 2001 (Fri) Trading was halted from 10:10 to 11:35 am (one hour, twenty-five minutes), due to computer systems connectivity problem.
July 3, 2001 (Tue) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Day before Independence Day.
Sept. 11-14, 2001 (Tue-Fri)  Closed following the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center.  
Sept. 17, 2001 (Mon.) Trading reopened Monday, September 17, 2001, at 9:33 am following two minutes of silence in honor of the victims of the attack on the World Trade Center and then the singing of God Bless America.
Oct. 8, 2001 (Mon) The NYSE observed one minute of silence, from 9:30 to 9:31 am, in support of the troops engaged in Operation Enduring Freedom. 
Nov. 23, 2001 (Fri) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Day after Thanksgiving Day.
Dec. 24, 2001 (Mon) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Christmas Eve.
May 30, 2002 (Thu) The NYSE observed two minutes of silence, from 10:29 to 10:31 am, to commemorate the end of recovery work at Ground Zero.  
July 5, 2002 (Fri) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Day after Independence Day.
Sept. 11, 2002 (Wed) Opening delayed until 12:00 noon out of respect for the memorial events commemorating the one-year anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center.  
Nov. 29, 2002 (Fri) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Day after Thanksgiving Day.
Dec. 24, 2002 (Tue) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Christmas Eve.
Feb. 3, 2003 (Mon)  The NYSE observed two minutes of silence, from 11:00 to 11:02 am, in memory of the seven crewmembers who perished in the loss of the space shuttle Columbia on Feb. 1, 2003.  
Mar. 20, 2003 (Thu) The NYSE observed two minutes of silence, from 9:30 to 9:32 am, in support of U.S. and allied troops participating in Operation Iraqi Freedom.  
July 3, 2003 (Thu) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Day before Independence Day.
Sept. 11, 2003 (Thu) The NYSE observed one-minute moments of silence at 8:46, 9:03, 9:59 and 10:29 am in commemoration of 9/11.  All trading ceased during the latter two observances which occurred during the trading session.
Nov. 28, 2003 (Fri) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Day after Thanksgiving Day.
Dec. 24, 2003 (Wed) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Christmas Eve.
Dec. 26, 2003 (Fri) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Friday after Christmas Day.
June 7, 2004 (Mon) The NYSE observed two minutes of silence, from 9:30 to 9:32 am, in memory of former President Ronald Reagan (died June 5, 2004).  
June 11, 2004 (Fri) Closed in observance of the National Day of Mourning for former President Ronald W. Reagan (died June 5, 2004).  
Nov. 26, 2004 (Fri) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Day after Thanksgiving Day.  
Apr. 8, 2005 (Fri) The NYSE observed one minute of silence in memory of Pope John Paul II (died April 2, 2005) from 9:29 am to 9:30 am (no trading halt).2
June 1, 2005 (Wed) Trading was halted at 3:56 pm (four minutes before the regular close), due to a systems communications problem.  Trading did not resume and all Crossing Sessions were cancelled.  Market reopened the following day at 9:30 am.
Nov. 25, 2005 (Fri) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Day after Thanksgiving Day.  
July 3, 2006 (Mon) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Day before Independence Day.
Sept. 11, 2006 (Mon) The NYSE observed one minute of silence in commemoration of the five-year anniversary of 9/11, from 9:29 am to 9:30 am (no trading halt).3
Nov. 24, 2006 (Fri) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Day after Thanksgiving Day.  
Dec. 27, 2006 (Wed) The NYSE observed two minutes of silence, from 9:30 to 9:32 am, in memory of former President Gerald Ford (died December 26, 2006).  
Jan. 2, 2007 (Tue) Closed in observance of the National Day of Mourning for former President Gerald R. Ford (died December 26, 2006).  
July 3, 2007 (Tue) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Day before Independence Day.
Nov. 23, 2007 (Fri) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Day after Thanksgiving Day.  
Dec. 24, 2007 (Mon) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Christmas Eve.
July 3, 2008 (Thu) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Day before Independence Day.
Nov. 28, 2008 (Fri) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Day after Thanksgiving Day.  
Dec. 24, 2008 (Wed) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Christmas Eve.
July 2, 2009 (Thu) Closed at 4:15 pm in order to execute customer orders impacted by system irregularities.
Nov. 27, 2009 (Fri) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Day after Thanksgiving Day.  
Dec. 24, 2009 (Thu) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Christmas Eve.
Nov. 26, 2010 (Fri) Closed at 1:00 pm.  Day after Thanksgiving Day.  
Jan. 10, 2011 (Mon) The NYSE observed one minute of silent prayer, from 11:00 to 11:01 am, for the victims of the Arizona shooting on January 8.