CME Holiday Schedule

2023 CME Globex Trading Schedule

CME Globex trading hour and holiday schedules being observed for 2023.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.13 – 17 January 2023Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 
President’s Day17 – 21 February 2023President’s Day 
Good Friday6 – 10 April 2023Good Friday 
Memorial Day26 – 30 May 2023Memorial Day 
Juneteenth16 – 20 June 2023Juneteenth 
Independence Day3 – 5 July 2023Independence Day 
Labor Day1 – 5 September 2023Labor Day 
Thanksgiving22 – 24 November 2023Thanksgiving 
Christmas22 – 26 December 2023Christmas 
New Year’s29 December 2023 – 2 January 2024New 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).

2021, 2022, 2023 Intercontinental Exchange / ICE Holiday Trading Schedule

New Year’s DayFriday, January 1Monday, January 2(New Year’s Day holiday observed)
Martin Luther King, Jr. DayMonday, January 18Monday, January 17Monday, January 16
Washington’s BirthdayMonday, February 15Monday, February 21Monday, February 20
Good FridayFriday, April 2Friday, April 15Friday, April 7
Memorial DayMonday, May 31Monday, May 30Monday, May 29
Independence DayMonday, July 5(July 4 holiday observed)Monday, July 4Tuesday, July 4*
Labor DayMonday, September 6Monday, September 5Monday, September 4
Thanksgiving DayThursday, November 25**Thursday, November 24**Thursday, November 23**
Christmas DayFriday, December 24(Christmas holiday observed)Monday, December 26(Christmas holiday observed)Monday, December 25

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