CME Holiday Schedule

2022 CME Globex Trading Schedule

CME Globex will observe the following holidays in 2022. Trading times and days affected may vary depending on the holiday. Download the existing files to view altered trading hours.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.14 – 18 January 2022Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
President’s Day18 – 22 February 2022President’s DayPresident’s Day
Good Friday14 – 18 April 2022Good FridayGood Friday
Memorial Day27 – 31 May 2022Memorial DayMemorial Day
Juneteenth17 – 21 June 2022JuneteenthJuneteenth
Independence Day1 – 5 July 2022Independence DayIndependence Day
Labor Day2 – 6 September 2022Labor DayLabor Day
Thanksgiving23 – 25 November 2022ThanksgivingThanksgiving
Christmas23 – 27 December 2022ChristmasChristmas
New Year’s30 December 2022 – 3 January 2023New Year’sNew Year’s

Note: This schedule is subject to change. Trading hours are usually finalized approximately two weeks prior to the holiday. Holiday schedules are subject to input from the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA).

2020, 2021, 2022 Intercontinental Exchange / ICE Holiday Trading Schedule

HOLIDAY 2020 2021 2022
New Year’s Day Wednesday, January 1 Friday, January 1 
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Monday, January 20 Monday, January 18 Monday, January 17
Washington’s Birthday Monday, February 17 Monday, February 15 Monday, February 21
Good Friday Friday, April 10 Friday, April 2 Friday, April 15
Memorial Day Monday, May 25 Monday, May 31 Monday, May 30
Independence Day Friday, July 3
(July 4 holiday observed)
 Monday, July 5
(July 4 holiday observed)
 Monday, July 4
Labor Day Monday, September 7 Monday, September 6 Monday, September 5
Thanksgiving Day Thursday, November 26* Thursday, November 25* Thursday, November 24*
Christmas DayFriday, December 25**Friday, December 24
(Christmas holiday observed)
Monday, December 26(Christmas holiday observed)

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