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Easter Holiday Support Hours

The FXOpen Team

Dear Trader,  Please note that over the Easter period the FXOpen UK support hours will be as follows. (All times are GMT+1)

  • Thursday 17th April Close 1930
  • Friday 18th April Closed
  • Saturday 19th April Closed
  • Sunday 20th April Closed
  • Monday 21st April Open 2100
  • Tuesday 22nd April Normal Hours

For urgent trading enquiries for Live Clients, support will be available on +44 (0) 203 519 1224. All other enquiries will be responded to on Tuesday 22nd April.

Kind Regards,  The FXOpen Team

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