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FXOpen UK MT4 Server Time Changing to GMT+3

The FXOpen UK Team

Dear Trader,  MetaTrader 4 (MT4) server time is changing to GMT+3 (daylight saving time).

When the market opens on Monday March 9th 2015, the GMT offset on the MT4 platform will be set to GMT+3. (currently GMT+2)

Although the change should not affect open trades or the process of opening, placing, closing or modifying orders, we strongly recommend adjusting the GMT offset in Indicators and Expert Advisors to GMT+3 to match FXOpen UK server time.  Kind Regards, The FXOpen UK Team

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