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Trading schedule changes on Chinese New Year & Festival

From January 24th to January 30th, 2020, the trading schedule for several instruments will be changed due to Chinese New Year & Spring Festival, and Australia Day.

Trading schedule changes on Martin Luther King Jr. Day

On January 20th 2020, trading schedule on several instruments will be changed due to the Martin Luther King Jr. Day in the USA.

FxPro: our 2019 in review

Everything FxPro has one in 2019 was for the benefit of our traders and we are very pleased to announce the key metrics and achievements of the year! FxPro is an award-winning online...

12th of December: UK General Election

The upcoming UK General Election is the next twist in the Brexit progression discussions.

FxPro and McLaren F1TM Team - continuation of partnership

FxPro is an award-winning online broker, serving retail and institutional clients in more than 170 countries. FxPro provides access to competitive pricing and deep liquidity with no-...

McLaren Racing and FxPro Formula 1 partnership extension

“We are very excited about our continuing collaboration with McLaren starting from 2020. There is a powerful connection between the philosophies that underlie each of our compa...

UK Government no-confidence vote

The UK Parliament will be holding a vote of no confidence in the Government tonight, following a motion that was tabled last night by opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn. To keep her pos...

Trading time changes as DST ends in EU

On October 27, 2019, European countries shift from Daylight Saving Time. In this regard, from October 28 to November 1 trading time schedule of several financial classes will be tem...

Changes in margin requirements ahead UK Parliament vote

UK Parliament to sit this Saturday, October 19, 2019. At the start of the session, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson will update Parliamentarians (MPs) on changes to the Brexit Withdra...

Important: Brexit impact on financial markets

A Brexit deal has been reached between the EU and the UK just before the EU leaders’ two-day summit. The agreement still needs to be approved by the European leaders and the UK...


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