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Changes to Indices Trading on May 1st

The FXOpen Team

Dear Traders,  The following indices will not be available for trading on May 1, 2017:

  • Europe 50
  • France 40
  • Germany 30
  • Germany 30 (Mini)
  • UK 100

There will be no changes to other instruments.

Please note our office will be closed due to Early May Bank Holiday in the UK and will reopen at 8am on May 2nd.

FXOpen Customer Service E-mail: [email protected]

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