StockMarketClock.com Global Stock Market Tracker

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There are several Stock Exchanges that everyone knows — NYSE, NASDAQ, and the London Stock Exchange. These are the biggest Exchanges in the world. In fact, there are hundreds of stock exchanges around the world that let you to buy and sell shares of publicly traded companies.

Each exchange sets trading hours during which shares are actively bought and sold. Stocks cannot be sold when the markets are closed (See After Hours Trading for an exception). This is especially important if you are a day trader. That is why we created StockMarketClock.com — the only complete resource for tracking stock exchanges trading hours and market holidays around the world.


New York Stock Exchange

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The New York Stock Exchange, located on Wallstreet in New York City, is the largest stock exchange in the world. The NYSE is the center of the global economy.

Trading Hours Market Holidays

Tokyo Stock Exchange

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The Tokyo Stock Exchange (JPX), based in Japan, is the third largest stock exchange in the world with a market capitalization of $4.6 trillion USD.

Trading Hours Market Holidays

London Stock Exchange

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The London Stock Exchange (LSE) is the largest Stock exchange is Europe with a market capitalization of over $3.6 trillion USD.

Trading Hours Market Holidays

Euronext Stock Exchange

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The Euronext Stock Exchange, based in Amsterdam, is the hub of the European economy with linked exchanges in Paris, Brussels, Lisbon, and London.

Trading Hours Market Holidays

We are proud to have the largest database on stock exchanges from around the world. StockMarketClock is your one stop for tacking global Opening/Closing bells.

Realtime Updates

All Stock Market Clocks and Statuses update in realtime so there is no need to refresh the page to see the most recent information.


StockMarketClock is a independent service not associated with any exchanges listed on this site. This website does not provide investment advice and should not be used as a replacement for investment advice from a qualified professional.