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Buddha's Birthday Trading Hours Schedule

The FXOpen Team

Dear Traders,

Due to the Buddha's Birthday Holiday on 15th May, you will experience the following changes in the trading hours schedule (all times are GMT+3):

Tuesday, 14th May

Indices CFD:

  • #HSI: trading until 22:00.

Wednesday, 15th May

Indices CFD:

  • #HSI - trading closed.

HK stocks CFD

  • trading closed.

Thursday, 16th May

Indices CFD:

  • #HSI - trading starts at 04:15.

All other financial markets will be traded as usual.

Please consider this information as you plan your trading and note that the hours above are subject to change.

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