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November 5th MT4 Server Time Switches to GMT+2

The FXOpen Team

On 5th November 2018 FXOpen will switch its trading servers from GMT +3 to GMT +2. The GMT offset in the company’s MetaTrader platform will be set to GMT+2 starting with the market opening on Monday (6th November 2018).

The change will affect all types of FXOpen trading accounts.

The changing of server time should not impact your open trades or the process of opening, placing, closing and modifying orders. However, you should keep this information in mind while planning your trading activities. Also, do not forget to adjust the time settings in your Indicators and Expert Advisors accordingly.  Kind regards,  The FXOpen UK Team

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