Bank holidays

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Bank holidays 2019

The following dates are bank holidays in the Nordic countries during 2019. This means means that equity and fixed-income trading is closed on the respective stock exchanges. 

Sweden and Norway also has so-called half-trading days. Please visit the respective stock exchanges for more details regarding trading hours.

Bank holidays during 2019

DenmarkFinlandNorwaySweden
1 JanuaryXXXX
18 AprilXX
19 AprilXXXX
22 AprilXXXX
1 MayXXX
17 MayXX
30 MayXXXX
31 MayX
5 JuneX
6 JuneX
10 JuneXX
21 JuneXX
6 DecemberX
24 DecemberXXXX
25 DecemberXXXX
26 DecemberXXXX
31 DecemberXXXX
The following dates are half-trading days in Sweden in 2019: 18 April, 30 April,  29 May and 1 November 

The following date is a half-trading day in Norway in 2019: 17 April

Bank holidays 2018

The following dates were bank holidays in the respective Nordic countries in 2018.

Bank holidays during 2018DenmarkFinlandNorwaySweden
1 Januaryxx*)
xx
29 Marchxx
30 Marchxx*)xx
2 Aprilxx*)xx
27 Aprilx


1 May
x*)
xx
10 Mayxxxx
11 Mayx


17 May
x
21 Mayxx
5 Junex

6 June
x
22 Junexx
6 December
x

24 Decemberxxxx
25 Decemberxx*)xx
26 December 
xx*)xx
31 Decemberxx

*) Official TARGET closing day (TARGET is the RTGS system for the euro)

Bank holidays 2017

The following dates were bank holidays in the respective Nordic countries in 2017. 

Bank holidays during 2017DenmarkFinlandNorwaySweden
6 Januaryxx
13 Aprilxx
14 Aprilxx*)xx
17 Aprilxx*)xx
1 May
x*)xx
12 Mayx


17 May

x
25 Mayxxxx
26 Mayx
5 Junexx
6 June
x
23 Junexx
6 Decemberx
25 Decemberxx*)xx
26 Decemberxx*)xx

*) Official TARGET closing day (TARGET is the RTGS system for the euro)