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    Modified Trading Schedule for Lunar New Year and US Presidents’ Day Holiday Period on 16-19 February 2018

    Mon, 12 Feb 2018 15:03

     

    Dear Trader,

    We kindly ask you to note that due to the upcoming Lunar New Year and US Presidents' Day holiday period on 16-19 February, 2018, our trading hours will be slightly modified.

    Please have a look at the table below for the full details of the changes:

    Instrument

    Friday,

    February 16

    Monday

    February 19

    Forex Spot

    Normal Hours

    Normal Hours

    Metals Spot

    Normal Hours

    Closes 20:00

    BRENT

    Normal Hours

    Normal Hours

    WTI

    Normal Hours

    Closes 19:45

    NGAS

    Normal Hours

    Closes 19:45

    DJI30

    Normal Hours

    Closes 20:00

    SP500

    Normal Hours

    Closes 20:00

    NQ100

    Normal Hours

    Closes 20:00

    CAC40

    Normal Hours

    Normal Hours

    DAX30

    Normal Hours

    Normal Hours

    FTSE100

    Normal Hours

    Normal Hours

    STOXX50

    Normal Hours

    Normal Hours

    ASX200

    Normal Hours

    Normal Hours

    HSI50

    Closed

    Closed

    JP225

    Normal Hours

    Closes 20:00

    Stock CFDs (US)

    Normal Hours

    Closed

    Stock CFDs (EU)

    Normal Hours

    Normal Hours

    Cryptocurrency

    Normal Hours

    Normal Hours

    *All the times mentioned above are in Eastern European Time (EET).

    NB!

    "Normal Hours" vary depending on the instrument. Please find specific details for each instrument in the Contract Specifications section of our website.

    Please note that there is a higher level of risk involved in maintaining opened positions and pending orders over holiday periods. Also, the indicated trading hours are subject to change by the respective exchanges or liquidity providers; changes in trading hours may also affect applicable pre-close terms.

    Furthermore, periods such as this can increase the probability of wider spreads due to thinner liquidity in the market.

     

    Kind regards,

    MTrading Team


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