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Christmas and New Year Support Hours

The FXOpen Team

Dear Traders, Please note the following changes to the support hours over the upcoming festive period. (London Time GMT) Friday 23rd December - 8am - 6pm Monday 26th December - Closed Tuesday 27th December - Closed Wednesday 28th December - 8am - 8pm Thursday 29th December - 8am - 8pm Friday 30th December - 8am - 6pm Monday 2nd January - Closed For all urgent trading enquiries, there is 24 hour support on +44 (0)203 519 1224 from when markets open on the 27th December and normal support hours will resume on Tuesday 3rd January. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, The FXOpen UK Team

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