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Changes in Trading Hours on Hong Kong Public Holiday

Dear Traders,

Due to the forthcoming 14 October public holiday in Hong Kong, trading hours for some financial instruments will be changed on the following days:

Indices: Hong Kong 50 (#HSI):

  • Wednesday, October 13th, 2021: 01:00 - 22:00 (GMT+3);
  • Thursday, October 14th, 2021: trading closed;
Germany’s ​​DAX Grows From 30 to 40 Stocks

DAX 30 (Mini) is to welcome ten new companies on September 20, 2021, thus becoming DAX 40 (Mini).
FXOpen experts expect increased market volatility on September 17 and 20. It is highly likely that the expansion will be followed by more frequent and large dividend payments than we have previously

FXOpen continues perfecting TickTrader

In July, FXOpen UK launched its own product, the TickTrader platform. A month later, we are proud to announce that the platform's functionality has expanded.

The number of available stock and ETF CFDs is already more than 500, and we have just added more popular instruments:

  • iShares Russell 2000 Growth
Trading hours schedule for Summer Bank Holiday in UK

Dear Traders,

Due to the UK Summer Bank Holiday on 30th August, you will experience the following changes in the trading hours schedule:

Friday, August 27th, 2021

Indices CFD:

  • UK 100 (#UK100): trading ends at 23:00 GMT+3.

All other markets will be open for trading as

Changes to CFD Trading on Independence Day

Dear Traders!

Please note that due to Independence Day celebrated in the USA on 4 July 2021 you may experience the following changes:

Monday, July 5th

Metals: trading ends at 20:00 GMT+3;

Indices CFD:

· Japan 225: trading ends at 20:00 GMT+3;

· US SPX 500 (Mini): trading

FXOpen Switches its Trading Servers to Summer Time (GMT+3)

Dear traders,

On March 14th, 2021 FXOpen will switch its trading servers 1 hour ahead, from GMT +2 to GMT +3.

The change will affect all types of FXOpen trading accounts. Summer time will take effect starting with the market opening on Monday, March 15th 2021.

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