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  • Dear Traders,

    Please note that due to the Thankgiving holiday in the USA, trading hours on November 23-24, 2017 will be changed as follows:

    Thursday, November 23rd, 2017

    Forex pairs - normal trading hours
    Metals - trading ends at 20:00 (GMT+2)
    Oil and Gas - trading ends at 19:45 (GMT+2)
    Indices:

    • Japan 225 – trading ends at 20:00 (GMT+2);
    • US SPX 500 – trading ends at 20:00 (GMT+2);
    • US SPX 500 (Mini) – trading ends at 20:00 (GMT+2);
    • US Tech 100 – trading ends at 20:00 (GMT+2);
    • US Tech 100 (Mini) – trading ends at 20:00 (GMT+2);
    • Wall Street 30 – trading ends at 20:00 (GMT+2);
    • Wall Street 30 (Mini) – trading ends at 20:00 (GMT+2);

    All other financial instruments will be traded as usual.

    Friday, November 24th, 2017

    Forex pairs - normal trading hours
    Metals - trading ends at 20:45 (GMT+2)
    Oil and Gas - trading ends at 19:30 (GMT+2)
    Indices:

    • Japan 225 – trading ends at 20:15 (GMT+2);
    • US SPX 500 – trading ends at 20:15 (GMT+2);
    • US SPX 500 (Mini) – trading ends at 20:15 (GMT+2);
    • US Tech 100 – trading ends at 20:15 (GMT+2);
    • US Tech 100 (Mini) – trading ends at 20:15 (GMT+2);
    • Wall Street 30 – trading ends at 20:15 (GMT+2);
    • Wall Street 30 (Mini) – trading ends at 20:15 (GMT+2);

    All other financial instruments will be traded as usual.

    Please take into consideration these changes when planning your tranding activities this week.

    The FXOpen UK Team 

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  • On November 5th MT4 Server Time Switches to GMT+2

    On November 5th, 2017 FXOpen will switch its trading servers from GMT +3 to GMT +2. The GMT offset in the company’s MetaTrader platform will be set to GMT+2 starting with the market opening on Monday (November 6th, 2017).

    The change will affect all types of FXOpen trading accounts.

    The changing of server time should not impact your open trades or the process of opening, placing, closing and modifying orders. However, you should keep this information in mind while planning your trading activities. Also, do not forget to adjust the time settings in your Indicators and Expert Advisors accordingly.

    Kind regards,

    The FXOpen UK Team

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  • Margin Levels Returned to Normal

    Dear Traders,

    Margin requirements for USD and JPY markets have now been returned to their normal levels.

    Kind regards,

    The FXOpen UK Team

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  • Changes to FXOpen Trading Hours on US Labour Day

    Dear Traders,
    Please note that due to the Labour Day holiday in the US on Monday September 4th 2017, the trading hours for some financial instruments will be changed as follows:

    • Forex pairs: normal trading hours;
    • Metals: trading session ends at 20:00;
    • Oil, Gas: trading session ends at 19:45;
    • Indices:
      • Japan 225: until 20:00;
      • US SPX 500: until 20:00;
      • US SPX 500 (Mini): until 20:00;
      • US Tech 100: until 20:00;
      • US Tech 100 (Mini): until 20:00;
      • Wall Street 30: until 20:00;
      • Wall Street 30 (Mini): until 20:00.

    Other indices will be traded without changes.

    All times are GMT +3.

    Please consider this information when planning your trading for the upcoming week.

    The FXOpen UK Team

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  • Margin Increase for USD and JPY Markets

    Dear Trader,

    Further to the news posted on the 17th August, due to the increased political tension caused by North Korea launching missiles directly over Japan last night, FXOpen is immediately increasing margin requirements on USD and JPY markets by 3 times their normal value. If the situation escalates, we may further increase margin to 5 times their normal level.

    These changes may help reduce the risk against the potential high volatility, rapid price movements or market gaps that may occur in case of further political escalation. Please consider this information in your trading and ensure you have sufficient funds on your account to maintain your positions.
    If you require any further clarification please contact customer support or you account manager.

    Kind Regards,

    The FXOpen UK Team

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