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King Charles III Coronation: Trading Schedule

Dear Traders,

Please note that for the King Charles III Coronation holiday, trading hours will be changed as follows (all times are GMT+3):

Monday, May 8

Indices CFD:

  • #UK100 – trading closed.

Tuesday, May 9

Indices CFD:

  • #UK100 – starts at 03:00.

All other financial markets will be traded without

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Trading hours schedule for ANZAC Day
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Dear Traders,

Please note that due to ANZAC Day on 25 April, 2023, trading hours will be changed as follows:

Tuesday, April 25

Indices:

  • Australia 200 (#AUS200): trading starts at 10:10 (GMT+3).

All other financial markets will be traded without changes.

Please consider this information as you plan

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Easter 2023: Changes to Trading Hours

Easter 2023: Changes to Trading Hours

Dear Traders

Please note that for the Easter holidays, trading hours for some financial markets will be changed as follows (all times are GMT+3):

Thursday, April 6

Indices CFD:

  • #AUS200: till 17:00;
  • #ESX50, #FCHI, #UK100, #GDAXIm: till 21:00.

Friday, April 7

Indices CFD:

  • #ESX50, #FCHI, #UK100, #GDAXIm,
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Trading hours schedule for Ching Ming Festival
Trading hours schedule for Ching Ming Festival

Dear Traders,

Please note that due to the Ching Ming Festival on 5 April, 2023, trading hours will be changed as follows (all times are GMT+3):

#HSI (Hong Kong 50)

  • Tuesday, April 4: trading until 22:00;
  • Wednesday, April 5: trading closed;
  • Thursday, April 6: 04:15 – 22:00.
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FXOpen to Switch to Daylight Saving Time on March 12
FXOpen to Switch to Daylight Saving Time on March 12

Dear Traders,

On March 12th, 2023, FXOpen will shift the trading servers’ time forward by one hour from GMT+2 to GMT+3.

The change will affect all account types and will come into effect as the market opens on Monday March 13, 2023.

The transition of servers to daylight

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Trading hours schedule for the US Presidents' Day
Trading hours schedule

Dear Traders,

Please be aware of the trading schedule changes on the US Presidents' Day (all times are GMT+2):

Monday, February 20

Commodities CFD:

  • XAUUSD (Gold) - till 21:30;
  • XAGUSD (Silver) - till 21:30;
  • UK Brent (XBRUSD) - till 21:15;
  • US Crude (XTIUSD) - till 21:
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FXOpen lowers the minimum trade size on index CFDs

FXOpen is delighted to announce that we have lowered the minimum trade size to 0.01 from 0.1 lot on index CFDs. This means less margin is required to place a trade, and it allows traders to trade index CFDs in a smaller size.

Combined with our recently launched

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Trading hours on Australia Day

Dear Traders,

Please be aware of the trading schedule changes for Australia Day observed on January 26th (all times are GMT+2):

Wednesday, January 25

Indices CFD:

  • Australia 200 (#AUS200) - till 23:00.

Thursday, January 26

Indices CFD:

  • Australia 200 (#AUS200) - starts at 08:10.

All other financial

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Trading Hour Schedule for the HK Lunar New Year Holiday

Dear Traders,

Please be aware of the trading schedule changes for the HK Lunar New Year holiday period between 20 January and 26 January 2023 (all times are GMT+2):

Friday, January 20

Indices CFD:

  • Hong Kong 50 (#HSI) - till 21:00.

January 23-25

Indices CFD:

  • Hong Kong 50
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Trading hours schedule for US Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Dear Traders,

Please be aware of the trading schedule changes on Martin Luther King Jr. Day (all times are GMT+2):

Monday, January 16

Commodities CFD:

  • XAUUSD (Gold) - till 21:30;
  • XAGUSD (Silver) - till 21:30;
  • UK Brent (XBRUSD) - till 21:15;
  • US Crude (XTIUSD) - till
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