US President’s Day February 15th Low liquidity on Index and Commodity CFD

Dear Trader,

Please be aware that due to the US President’s Day on February 15th 2016 the commodities and indices may experience low liquidity.

Currency pairs: normal trading hours.

Commodities

  • Gold – low liquidity after 20:00 GMT+2;
  • Silver – low liquidity after 20:00 GMT+2;
  • UK Brent – normal trading hours;
  • US Crude – low liquidity after 19:45 GMT+2;
  • US Natural Gas – low liquidity after 19:45GMT+2.

Indices

  • Australia 200 - normal trading hours
  • Europe 50 – normal trading hours;
  • France 40 – normal trading hours;
  • Germany 30 and Germany 30 (Mini) – normal trading hours;
  • Japan 225 – low liquidity after 20:00 GMT+2;
  • UK 100 – normal trading hours;
  • US SPX 500 and US SPX 500 (Mini) – low liquidity after 20:00 GMT+2;
  • US Tech 100 and US Tech 100 (Mini) – low liquidity after 20:00 GMT+2;
  • Wall Street 30 and Wall Street 30 (Mini) – low liquidity after 20:00 GMT+2.

Kind regards,  The FXOpen UK Team

The FXOpen UK Team

E-mail: [email protected]

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