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Changes to Gold, Silver, CFD and indices trading on November 24-25

The FXOpen Team

Dear Clients,

Due to celebration of Thanksgiving Day in the USA, you may experience low liquidity when trading CFDs (precious metals, oil, gas and indices) starting from 7:45 (GMT+2) on November 24-25.

Thursday, November 24th

  • Forex (currencies) – no changes.
  • CFD for precious metals (Gold, Silver) will close early at 8:00 pm (server time GMT+2).
  • CFD for energies (Gas, Oil) will close early at 7:45 pm (server time GMT+2).
  • The following Indexes will close at 8:00 pm (server time GMT+2):
  • Japan 225
  • US SPX 500
  • US SPX 500 (Mini)
  • US Tech 100
  • US Tech 100 (Mini)
  • Wall Street 30
  • Wall Street 30 (Mini)

Other indices will be traded without changes.

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