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Changes to CFD Trading on Independence Day in the United States

The FXOpen Team

Dear clients, Please note that due to Independence Day celebrated in the USA on 4 July 2018 you will experience the following changes in trading hours on July 3rd and 4th.

Tuesday, July 3rd

Forex: normal trading hours; Metals: normal trading hours; Indices:

  • Japan 225 trading ends at 20:15 GMT+3;
  • US SPX 500 trading ends at 20:15 GMT+3;
  • US SPX 500 (Mini) trading ends at 20:15 GMT+3;
  • US Tech 100 trading ends at 20:15 GMT+3;
  • US Tech 100(Mini) trading ends at 20:15 GMT+3;
  • Wall Street 30 trading ends at 20:15 GMT+3;
  • Wall Street 30 (Mini) trading ends at 20:15 GMT+3.

All other indices will be traded without changes.

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