Eid is just around here and that means so are the holidays. While people are still waiting for official announcements on what the public and private sector holidays will be for Eid, the Saudi stock exchange has just announced its holidays.
The Saudi Arabia stock exchange has released a statement saying that it will be closed for nine days for Eid
Tadawul (the stock exchange) will be observing Eid holidays from August 9 until August 17.
“Trading will discontinue at the end of trading day 8-8-2019 (7th of Dhu al-Hijjah1440), and trading will resume after the holiday on 18-8-2019 (17th of Dhu al-Hijjah1440),” the exchange said.
Eid Al Adha will commence on August 8 (7th of Dhu al-Hijjah, 1440).