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Increased Margin Requirements for DKK Pairs

The FXOpen Team

Dear Trader, Please be informed that due to the potential policy change in respect of the DKK peg, FXOpen UK has increased the margin requirements for DKK pairs. The change has already come into effect. Thus margin requirements for EURDKK and USDDKK have been increased fivefold. FXOpen UK team recommends that all traders consider this information when making their trading decisions. Kind Regards, FXOpen UK Team

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