Trading hours stock exchange Denmark
Are you curious about the exact opening hours of the Danish stock exchange? Then you are at the right address on this page! Here you can find the opening hours of the Copenhagen Stock Exchange or CSE. You can also read here on which days the Danish stock exchange closes.
What are the trading hours of the Danish stock exchange?
The stock exchange of Denmark is open from 9:00 till 17:00. Between these hours you can trade stocks listed on the Danish stock market. The stock exchange of Denmark is open on weekdays, in the weekends you cannot invest on this exchange.
We use a script to calculate the trading hours in your local time zone. You can trade shares on the Danish stock exchange from ##T|8:00## to ##T|16:00##.
At many brokers, you can also invest during the pre- and post-marketstock exchanges. These are periods in which there is virtual trading in the value of shares. The trading volume is much lower outside normal trading hours. You also have to take into account that the transaction costs can be a lot higher outside regular trading hours.
Well-known indices of the Copenhagen Stock Exchange (CSE) are the KAX index, OMX Copenhagen 20 and the KFX index. The opening hours of these indices are the same as those of the stock exchange of Denmark in general.
When will Denmark’s stock exchange open/close?
In the timer below you can see when the stock exchange will open or close again. This way you are always ready for a new trading session!
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On what days is Denmark’s stock exchange closed?
Normally, the Danish stock exchange is open. However, on special days the stock exchange is closed, and you cannot buy or sell shares on the stock exchange. This is good to know when you intend to invest in Denmark.
- 1 January – New Year’s Day
- 1 April – Maundy Thursday
- 2 April – Good Friday
- 5 April – Easter
- 30 April – Market Holiday
- 13 May – Ascension day
- 14 May – Bank Holiday
- 24 May – Pentecost
- 24 December – Christmas
- 31 December – New Year’s Day
- 1 January 2020 – New Year’s Day
- 9 April 2020 – Maundy Thursday
- 10 April 2020 – Good Friday
- 13 April 2020 – Easter Monday
- 8 May 2020 – General Prayer Day
- 21 May 2020 – Ascension day
- 22 May 2020 – Bank Holiday
- 1 June 2020 – Pentecost
- 5 June 2020 – constitutional day
- 24 & 25 December 2020 – Christmas
- 31 December 2020 – New Year’s Day
As you can see, there are quite a few public holidays on which you cannot invest on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange.
Investing in Denmark yourself?
Are you interested in investing in Danish shares? Then you need an account with a broker. A broker is a party that makes it possible for private individuals to buy and sell all kinds of securities. Below you can see the rates for trading Danish shares with different parties:
What currency is used on the Danish stock exchange?
Shares on the Danish stock exchange are traded in the Danish krone. Bear in mind that your investment may decrease in value if your currency becomes stronger in relation to Denmark’s currency.
Where can you find the stock exchange in Denmark?
Denmark’s stock exchange can be found in Copenhagen, which is Denmark’s capital. You can visit the website of the stock exchange here. The full address details are here:
Nikolaj Plads 61067 Copenhagen
You can also reach the stock exchange via firstname.lastname@example.org or +45 33 93 33 66.
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