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August 31st UK Bank Holiday Support Hours

The FXOpen Team

Dear Trader,Please note that over the August 31st Bank Holiday the FXOpen UK support hours will be as follows. (All times are GMT+1)

  • Friday 28th August - Close 1800
  • Monday 31st August - Closed
  • Tuesday 1st September - Open 0800

For Live Clients with urgent trading enquiries, support will be available Sunday 2200 to Tuesday 0800 on +44 (0) 208 144 2367. All other enquiries will be responded to on Tuesday 1st September.Kind Regards,The FXOpen UK Team

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