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  • FXOpen UK Server Time Changes to GMT+2

     

    On November 6, 2016 FXOpen UK will revert its trading servers from Daylight Saving to Standard Time. Starting with the market opening on Monday (November 7, 2016), the GMT offset in the company’s Meta Trader 4 trading platform will be set to GMT+2.

    The change 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 when planning your trading activities. We also recommend adjusting the time settings in your Indicators and EAs accordingly.

    The change applies to all types of FXOpen UK accounts, both Live and Demo.

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  • High Volatility and Increased Margin Expected Due to the US Presidential Election

    High volatility affecting all financial instruments is expected due to the Presidential Election, that will be held in the United States on November 8th 2016.

    FXOpen UK may increase margin requirements up to 5 times their normal level starting from November 3rd without prior notice. The changes will affect all financial instruments, including indices.

    Throughout this period traders may experience changes in trading conditions such as high volatility, increased margin, low liquidity and wider spreads.

    Margin requirements will return back to their normal values with the market opening on November 14th.

    We urge traders to take into account that abnormally low liquidity and wide spreads increase the risk of slippage. Please consider these circumstances when planning your trading activities for the following week.

    FXOpen UK Support

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  • CFD Trading Hours 5th September

    Please note that due to Labor Day in the USA on September 5th 2016 you will experience the following changes in trading hours:
    Forex: normal trading hours;
    Commodities:

    • Gold – available until 20:00 GMT+3;
    • Silver – available until 20:00 GMT+3;
    • Oil – available until 19:45 GMT+3;
    • Gas – available until 19:45 GMT+3;

    Indices:

    • Japan 225 – available until 20:00 GMT+3;
    • US SPX 500 – available until 20:00 GMT+3;
    • US SPX 500 (Mini) – available until 20:00 GMT+3;
    • US Tech 100 – available until 20:00 GMT+3;
    • US Tech 100 (Mini) – available until 20:00 GMT+3;
    • Wall Street 30 – available until 20:00 GMT+3;
    • Wall Street 30 (Mini) – available until 20:00 GMT+3.

    All other instruments are trading as normal. FXOpen strongly recommends taking this information into considerationwhen planning your trading activities for the following week. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.

    FXOpen UK Team

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    WebMoney Now Available for Deposits and Withdrawals

    FXOpen UK is glad to inform its clients of a new option for depositing and withdrawing funds.

    We have expanded our list of payment options to include WebMoney, a reliable and convenient payment system to make two-way transactions. The service allows to deposit and withdraw funds in euros and dollars.

    You can benefit from special low fees and quick transaction processing when using WebMoney to deposit or withdraw. The deposit commission is only 1% and the withdrawal commission is 0.8%.

    To deposit or withdraw via WebMoney, simply log into the My FXOpen UK area and select WebMoney in the Add Funds/Withdraw Funds menu.

    Even better, to celebrate the launch of this new payment option, all deposits by WebMoney will be free of charge until September 30.

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  • Monday 29th August - Trading and Support Hours

    Dear Trader,

    Monday 29th August is a bank holiday in the UK so please be aware of the following changes to trading and support hours:

    UK100 - Closed (Open 1am Tuesday 30th August)
    Customer Support - Closed (Open 8am Tuesday 30th August)

    For all trading enquiries for live clients, the Trading Line  0203 519 1224 will be open as usual from 10PM Sunday Night. All times are London (GMT+1).

    If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.

    Kind regards,

    The FXOpen UK Team

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