CME Holiday Schedule

2020 CME Globex Holiday Trading Schedule

CME Globex will observe the following holidays in 2020. Trading times and days affected may vary depending on the holiday. This information is provided by the CME Group.

U.S. HolidayIncludes the following dates:ExcelCompact Excel
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.17 – 21 January 2020Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
President’s Day14 – 18 February 2020President’s DayPresident’s Day
Good Friday9 – 13 April 2020Good FridayGood Friday
Memorial Day22 – 26 May 2020Memorial DayMemorial Day
Independence Day2 – 6 July 2020Independence DayIndependence Day
Labor Day4 – 8 September 2020Labor DayLabor Day
Thanksgiving25 – 27 November 2020ThanksgivingThanksgiving
Christmas24 – 28 December 2020ChristmasChristmas
New Year’s31 December 2020 – 4 January 2021New Year’sNew Year’s

Note: This schedule is subject to change. Trading hours are usually finalized approximately two weeks prior to the holiday.

2020 Intercontinental Exchange / ICE Holiday Trading Schedule


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