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  • Easter 2020: Changes to Trading Hours

    Dear Traders!

    Please note the following changes to trading hours due to the Easter holidays.

    Thursday, April 9th

    • Australia 200 (#AUS200) - trading ends at 17:00 GMT+3;
    • All other financial instruments will be traded without changes.

    Friday, April 10th

    • Forex and Crypto pairs will be traded without changes.
    • All other financial instruments will not be traded. Trading will be closed all day.

    Monday, April 13th

    • Forex pairscommodities (metals, oil, gas) and Crypto pairs will be traded without changes.
    • Indices:
      • Australia 200 (#AUS200) - trading closed;
      • Europe 50 (#ESX50) - trading closed;
      • France 40 (#FCHI) - trading closed;
      • Germany 30 (#GDAXI) - trading closed;
      • Germany 30 Mini (#GDAXIm) - trading closed;
      • UK 100 (#UK100) - trading closed;
      • All other indices will be traded as usual, without changes.

    Crypto currencies will be traded as usual without changes.
     

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  • New Trading Conditions for France 40 Index CFD

    Dear traders!

    We'd like to inform you that due to a short selling restriction put in place by French regulators, our France 40 Equity Index CFD has changed. On the MT4 platform it is set to closing positions only and on the MT5 platform it is now set to long positions only, meaning you can close positions and open buy positions, until further notice.

    Please consider these changes when planning your trading activities and ensure you have enough funds in your account to maintain your positions.

    Furthermore, due to the impact COVID-19 has had on the availability of physical gold in the market, this has reduced liquidity. With our wide range of liquidity providers we are currently able to price gold, although the spread may widen.

    In these turbulent times, the situation changes quickly, so please ensure you're following us on Twitter to receive all the latest updates.

    Kind regards,
    The FXOpen UK Team

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  • On March 8th FXOpen Switches its Trading Servers to Summer Time (GMT+3)

    On March 8th, 2020 FXOpen will switch its trading servers 1 hour ahead, from GMT +2
    to GMT +3.

    The change will affect all types of FXOpen trading accounts. In ECN, STP and Micro accounts summer time will take effect starting with the market opening on Monday, March 9th 2020. In Crypto accounts, where trading is available during the weekend, traders will experience the change immediately after it occurs, on Sunday, March 8th, 2020.

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  • Equity Index CFD trading changes

    Dear Clients,

    We would like to advise you that we are consolidating trading in all variations of each Equity Index CFD, into a single version in order to create a more efficient trading environment in these products.

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  • Changes to Trading Hours on US President’s Day (February 17)

    Dear Clients,

    Please note that due to President’s Day in the US on February 17, 2020, trading hours for some financial instruments will be changed as follows:

    Forex pairs & Crypto CFDs: normal trading hours;
    Metals:  trading ends at 20:00 GMT+2;
    US Crude and US Natural Gas: trading session ends at 19:45 GMT+2;
    UK Brent: normal trading hours;

    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.

    Please, consider these changes when planning your trading activities on the upcoming week.

    Kind regards,
    The FXOpen UK Team

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