Special Muhurat Trading in MCX Will Happen on November 14

By Angel Broking | Published on 4th November 2020 | 103

Special Muhurat Trading in MCX Will Happen on November 14

The festive season is upon us, and Diwali is just around the corner. As we worship the goddess of wealth, Laxmi, on the day of Diwali, it is considered auspicious to make financial transactions on that day. It is customary for the Indian bourses to organise special trading sessions on the day of Diwali, following the Hindu tradition and sentiment of the investors as they believe making winning deals on Diwali will bring prosperity and wealth.

Following the tradition MCX, Multi Commodity Exchange of India organised special muhurat trading on the day of Diwali. MCX’s mahurat trading session this year will happen on November 14, 2020.

What Is Muhurat Trading?

Many investors believe that trading on the auspicious day of Diwali, when Laxmi poojan happens, will bring them good luck throughout the year. Indian bourses organise special evening trading session on that day, which is called muhurat trading session. They notify traders about the day, date, and timing of the session in advance. 

This year’s Diwali will be celebrated on Saturday, which is a holiday for the exchanges. But for muhurat trading, bourses will open for the special session. The Multi Commodity Exchange Of India has published details regarding the muhurat trading in 2020. We have mentioned the details below.

MCX Diwali Muhurat Trading Time: Mururat trading window will open during the evening, after the usual trading hours. The special session will initiate at 6:00 pm and close at 6:14 pm on Saturday, November 14.  

All trading will happen between 6:15 pm and 7:15 pm 

Client code modification will be allowed between 7:15-7:30 pm

MCX has issued a circular regarding the details of muhurat trading. It mentioned that all commodity contracts would be available for trading on the special mahurat trading session on MCX.

Conclusion 

Muhurat trading in MCX will happen following the traditions. It is a tradition followed by the stock exchanges of India every year. BSE is organising muhurat trading since 1957 and NSE, since 1992.