World stock market timings as per Indian time: The markets around the world have evolved to become soo accessible that one can now participate in various stock exchanges around the globe. A stock exchange is a market where shares of companies are purchased and sold.
The ‘stock exchange timings’ are the timings these exchanges are open and investors can trade shares. In this article, we take a look at the world stock market timings as per Indian time. Keep reading to find out!
The timings vary depending on the country’s time zones making it often challenging to participate in these global markets. Even if one does not participate in multiple exchanges, keeping track of them around the world is very important.
Having a good idea of when the stock markets around the world are open and how they are performing also helps traders and investors assess the global effects on our domestic markets.
Global Stock Market Timings In Indian Standard Time (IST)
The stock market remains open from Monday to Friday every week except on days declared as public holidays in advance. The stock exchanges around the world remain closed on weekends. Following is the list of various stock exchanges across continents around the world in Indian Standard Time (IST).
North American Stock Exchange Timings
The major stock exchanges in the North American region are the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq in the US. Apart from these the Toronto Stock Exchange remains another important exchange in the region.
The New York Stock Exchange founded in 1792 is the largest stock exchange in the world. The second-largest stock exchange also belongs to this region i.e. the Nasdaq despite being founded only in 1971.
The stock exchange timings of various important exchanges in the North American region are given below.
|Country||Stock Exchange||Opening Time (Indian Timing)||Closing Time (Indian Timing)|
|US||NASDAQ||7 : 00 PM||1 : 30 AM|
|US||NYSE||7 : 00 PM||1 : 30 AM|
|Canada||TMX Group||8:00 PM||2:30 AM|
European Stock Exchange Timings
Europe remains the birthplace of stock exchanges. The Amsterdam Stock Exchange was founded in 1602. This was when it was one of the most important trading hubs under the Dutch East India Company. The Amsterdam stock exchange is considered the worlds first stock exchange.
However, the roots Frankfurt stock exchange go all the way back to the year 1585. The major stock exchanges in Europe are the London Stock Exchange, Paris Stock Exchange (Euronext) and the Deutsche Borse Exchange in Germany.
The Stock Market Timings of these exchanges are given below.
|Country||Stock Exchange||Opening Time (Indian Timings)||Closing Time (Indian Timings)|
|UK||London Stock Exchange||1 : 30 PM||10 : 00 PM|
|European Union||Euronext||12:30 PM||9:00 PM|
|Germany||Deutsche Borse||12:30 PM||2:30 AM|
|Switzerland||SIX Swiss Exchange||1:30 PM||10:00 PM|
|Spain||BME Spanish Exchange||1:30 PM||10:00 PM|
Asia-Pacific Stock Exchange Timings
Five out of the top ten largest exchanges are in Asia. The third-largest stock exchange in the world is the Shanghai stock exchange. Followed by the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and the Japan Stock Exchange. Their indices have a significant impact on our domestic bourses.
The stock exchange timings of various important exchanges in the Asia-Pacific region are given below.
|Country||Stock Exchange||Opening Time ( Indian Time)||Closing Time ( Indian Time)|
|Australia||Australian Security Exchange||5:30 AM||11:30 AM|
|Japan||Japan Exchange Group||5:30 AM||11:30 AM|
|Hong Kong||Hong Kong Stock Exchange||6:45 AM||1:30 PM|
|China||Shanghai Stock Exchange||7:00 AM||12:30 PM|
|China||Shenzhen Stock Exchange||7:00 AM||12:30 PM|
|Taiwan||Taiwan Stock Exchange||6:30 AM||11:00 AM|
|South Korea||KRX Korean Exchange||5:30 AM||11:30 AM|
|India||NSE and BSE||9:15 AM||3:30 PM|
As traders who participate in multiple exchanges, it is important to keep track of various markets around the globe. But even as investors it is very important to track the performance of foreign market indices around the globe. How many times have you seen negative news from the US further affect the Indian markets?
This itself explains very well the importance of keeping track. Even Asian markets like the Japanese and the Hong Kong index provide many indicators. As they open up before the Indian markets it is assumed that when they perform positively the Indian markets also follow suit.
That’s all for this article of world stock market timings as per Indian time. Let us know what you think about this piece in the comments below. Happy Investing!
Aron, Bachelors in Commerce from Mangalore University, entered the world of Equity research to explore his interests in financial markets. Outside of work, you can catch him binging on a show, supporting RCB, and dreaming of visiting Kasol soon. He also believes that eating kid’s ice-cream is the best way to teach them taxes.