Easter 2022: Changes to Trading Hours
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Dear Traders!

Please note that for Easter holidays, trading hours for some financial instruments will be changed as follows (all times are GMT+3):

Thursday, April 14

Indices:

  • Australia 200 (#AUS200): till 17:00;
  • Europe 50 (#ESX50): till 23:00;
  • France 40 (#FCHI): till 23:00;
  • Germany 30 (#GDAXIm): till 23:00;
  • Hong Kong 50 (#HSI): till 22:00;
  • UK 100 (#UK100): till 23:00.

Friday, April 15

Metals:

  • XAUUSD: trading closed;
  • XAGUSD: trading closed.

Indices:

  • Australia 200 (#AUS200): trading closed;
  • Europe 50 (#ESX50): trading closed;
  • France 40 (#FCHI): trading closed;
  • Germany 30 (#GDAXIm): trading closed;
  • Hong Kong 50 (#HSI): trading closed;
  • UK 100 (#UK100): trading closed;
  • Japan 225 (#J225): trading closed;
  • US SPX 500 mini (#SPXm): trading closed;
  • US Tech 100 mini (#NDXm): trading closed;
  • Wall Street 30 mini (#WS30m): trading closed.

Stock CFD - trading closed.

Monday, 18 April

Indices:

  • Australia 200 (#AUS200) - trading closed;
  • Europe 50 (#ESX50) - trading closed;
  • France 40 (#FCHI) - trading closed;
  • Germany 30 (#GDAXIm) - trading closed;
  • Hong Kong 50 (#HSI) - trading closed;
  • UK 100 (#UK100) - trading closed.

Tuesday, 19 April

Indices:

  • Australia 200 (#AUS200) - trading starts at 02:50;
  • Europe 50 (#ESX50) - trading starts at 03:15;
  • France 40 (#FCHI) - trading starts at 09:00;
  • Germany 30 (#GDAXIm) - trading starts at 03:15;
  • Hong Kong 50 (#HSI) - trading starts at 04:15;
  • UK 100 (#UK100) - trading starts at 03:00.

All other financial instruments will be traded without changes.

Please consider these changes when planning your trading activities.

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The FXOpen EU Team

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