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Changes to FXOpen Trading Hours on Martin Luther King Jr. Day

The FXOpen UK Team

Dear Traders,

Please be aware of the trading schedule changes on Martin Luther King Jr. Day (all times are GMT+2):

Monday, January 17

Spot commodities CFD:

  • Gold (XAUUSD) – trading ends at 21:30;
  • Silver (XAGUSD) – trading ends at 21:30;

Indices CFD:

  • Japan 225 (#J225) – trading ends at 20:00;
  • US SPX 500 (#SPXm) – trading ends at 20:00;
  • US Tech 100 (#NDXm) – trading ends at 20:00;
  • Wall Street 30 (#WS30m) – trading ends at 20:00.

Stock CFD – trading closed.

All other financial markets will be traded as usual.

Please consider this information as you plan your trading for the upcoming week.

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