FXOpen News


  • 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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  • Monday 28th August Support Hours

    Dear Traders,

    Monday 28th August is a Bank Holiday in the UK and so please note the following changes to support hours.

    Friday 25th August - 8am - 6pm
    Monday 28th August - Closed
    Tuesday 29th August - 8am - 8pm (as normal)

    The Trading Line 0203 519 1224 will available as normal (Sunday 10pm - Friday 10pm) for all live trading enquiries.

    Kind regards,
    The FXOpen UK team
    E-mail: [email protected]

     

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  • FXOpen may increase margin due to tension between North Korea and the USA

    Due to the growing political tension between North Korea and the USA, FXOpen may increase margin requirements up to 5 times their normal value without further notice, starting with the market opening on August 17th, 2017. The change may affect all traded financial instruments.

    If introduced, the 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.

    The FXOpen UK Team

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  • Dear Traders,
    Please note the following changes in trading hours on July 3rd and 4th due to Independence Day  in the USA on 4th July 2017 

    July 3rd

    Currency pairs: normal trading hours;
    Metals, Oil and Natural Gas: normal trading hours;
    Indices:

    • Japan 225 trading ends at 20:15 GMT+3;
    • US SPX 500 trading ends at 20:15 GMT+3;
    • US SPX 500 (Mini) trading ends at 20:15 GMT+3;
    • US Tech 100 trading ends at 20:15 GMT+3;
    • US Tech 100(Mini) trading ends at 20:15 GMT+3;
    • Wall Street 30 trading ends at 20:15 GMT+3;
    • Wall Street 30 (Mini) trading ends at 20:15 GMT+3;

    All other indices will be traded without changes.

    July 4th

    Currency pairs: normal trading hours;
    Metals: trading ends at 20:00 GMT+3;
    Oil and Natural Gas: trading ends at 19:45 GMT+3;
    Indices:

    • Japan 225 trading ends at 20:00 GMT+3;
    • US SPX 500 trading ends at 20:00 GMT+3;
    • US SPX 500 (Mini) trading ends at 20:00 GMT+3;
    • US Tech 100 trading ends at 20:00 GMT+3;
    • US Tech 100 (Mini) trading ends at 20:00 GMT+3;
    • Wall Street 30 trading ends at 20:00 GMT+3;
    • Wall Street 30 (Mini) trading ends at 20:00 GMT+3;

    The FXOpen UK Team
    E-mail: [email protected]
    Live Chat (24/5)

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  • GBP Margin Changes for UK Election

    Due to the Parliamentary General Election in the UK to be held on 8th June 2017, FXOpen may change margin requirements for GBP pairs between the 7th and 9th of June 2017. Margin for GBP pairs may be increased up to 5 times its normal value.

    Please consider this information in your trading and ensure you have sufficent funds on your account to mantain your positions.

    Kind regards,

    The FXOpen UK Team

     

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