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Description of holidays in England
The stock market is closed on New Year's Day at the London Stock Exchange
The first day of the year is somehow sacred, it marks our destiny for the
whole year ahead.
The songs, dances, toasts, embraces are made in joy, light and noise to
bury the old year and celebrate the birth of the new under the best auspices.
Music, party favors, firecrackers, horns, candles and fireworks having always
had the power to scare away evil spirits.
The stock market during the big Easter weekend
Good Friday is the Friday before Easter. This day is very important in
the Christian tradition, because it commemorates the Passion, that is to
say, the torment, the procession and the crucifixion of Christ.
It is therefore a day of recollection for the most faithful, and not of
celebration or celebration. This event is very important for the Christian
religion because it announces the end of the "human" life of Jesus
before his resurrection.
Passover Monday is a holiday that celebrates renewal after a holy week.
Thus, the past seven days represent different strong moments in the Catholic
religion: the Last Supper or meal of Christ, the passion of Christ and his
sufferings on the cross for men and his resurrection.
Bank holiday for commemoration of May Day. The market is closed
Equivalent to Labor Day in France, this bank holiday always falls on the
first Monday of May. Song, dance and music festivals are held throughout
the country to celebrate the foundation of spring. In London, it is also
a holiday and everyone benefits as it should.
The Spring bank holiday at the London Stock Exchange is closed
This bank holiday is traditionally a continuation of the Pentecost period.
This is the opportunity for the British to afford a small outing with family
or friends to the city or to the countryside.
In some villages, customs persist and celebrations, community or religious,
are going well.
The summer bank holiday at the London Stock Exchange
As in Wales and Northern Ireland, this bank holiday marks the end of the
summer holidays. It is held on the last Monday of August. Prelude to a hectic
comeback, it's a day of celebration marked by family reunions and parades
in the cities. The most famous event of the period is undoubtedly the Notting
The stock market during during the Christmas period at the Stock
On December 24, the day before Christmas Day, the market closes prematurely
at 2:30 pm, unless it is a day-weekend. Snow is regularly on the scene and
stores are open late the night before. Londoners take the opportunity to
complete their final preparations and meet as a family, around a generous
December 25 is Christmas Day, which is a Christian holiday. Christmas is
one of the happiest holidays of the year. A moment of sharing and communion,
the date of Christmas marks the birth of Jesus of Nazareth. It has been
celebrated every year for several centuries with the famous myth of Santa
Boxing Day is the day after December 25th. Originally, the young British
unpacked their gifts the day after Christmas, hence the name of "Boxing
Day". In England, the sport of high level is in the spotlight, with
meetings between the tenors of major championships, including the Premier