List of Federal Reserve Holidays 2020 and American National Bank Holidays 2020. There are 10 Federal Holidays 2020 recognized by the United States Government. On these days, most of the office of Govt and non-govt office are closed and employees are off work (including post offices) are closed.

The following is the Americal National Bank and Federal Reserve Holidays 2020 Schedule Which is provided by the Federal Reserve Bank System. This Schedule also follows all Standard Bank of USA. Federal Holidays also regarded as the National Holidays in USA. Here you will get the Region of Holiday and Date of Holiday. Please click on the “Region of Bank Holiday” to know the details about the holiday as – Region of the holiday, event and incident, Importance of the day etc.

List of Federal Reserve Holidays & American National Bank Holidays 2020

Holidays EventDateFederal Reserve BankAmerican National Bank
New Year’s DayWednesday, January 1Close Close
Martin Luther King, Jr. DayMonday, January 20 Close Close
Presidents’ DayMonday, February 17 Close Close
Memorial DayMonday, May 25 Close Close
Independence DaySaturday, July 4 CloseClose
Labor DayMonday, September 7 Close Close
Columbus Day*Monday, October 12 CLOSE OPEN
Veterans’ DayWednesday, November 11 Close Close
Thanksgiving DayThursday, November 26 Close Close
Christmas DayFriday, December 25Close Close

Federal Holidays 2020: * For holidays falling on Saturday, most of the bank branches will be open the preceding Friday. In 2020, Independence Day (July 4th) falls on Saturday. * Saturday – the Board of Governors is closed on July 3, 2020.

To know more information about federal holidays and other national holiday observances visit Wikipedia.

Will the American National Bank open on Columbus Day?

Yes, the American National bank will OPEN on Columbus Day.

Will the Federal Reserve Bank open on Columbus Day?

No, the Federal Reserve Bank will be CLOSED on Columbus Day?

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