The four Spanish stock exchanges, Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao and Valencia, will open tomorrow December 24, Christmas Eve, although they will only operate half a day, since they will close at 2:00 pm local time.
By contrast, on Tuesday December 25 (Christmas), and Wednesday 26 (San Esteban), the Spanish stock exchanges will not operate.
According to the schedule established by Bolsas y Mercados Españoles (BME), which includes the four Spanish Stock Exchanges, the Options and Futures Market (MEFF) and the Corporate Debt Market (AIAF), in 2018 the Spanish market has only had six days festive
The non-working days of the year were January 1, March 30 (Good Friday), April 2 (Easter Monday) and May 1 (Labor Day), and the market will not operate on December 25. (Christmas) and December 26 (San Esteban).
Like tomorrow, next December 31 (New Year's Eve) the stock market will open only half a day.
In 2005 the Spanish stock market approached a progressive reduction of its holidays to converge with the main European parks, which had fewer non-working days than the national one.