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Expected Market Turmoil Increases Trade Risks in EUR pairs

The FXOpen Team

Dear Trader, Please be aware of the potential market volatility and increased trade risks due to the ongoing Greece bailout talks in Brussels on Saturday, June 27. The results of the talks might have significant impact on the financial markets, as failure to seal the deal on Saturday would raise the odds of a potential Greek default. Increased market volatility is expected starting with the market opening on Monday, June 29, 2015. Please make sure to consider this information when you place your trades and manage your risk. We recommend that you take protective measures, such as reviewing your open positions and leverages. In addition, make sure that you have sufficient funds to avoid margin call in your trading accounts and maintain satisfactory free equity to protect your accounts from market gaps. If you have any questions or need our support or assistance, please contact our team via Live Chat or e-mail [email protected]. We strongly recommend that you monitor FXOpen UK updates as well as financial news to ensure that you possess all the necessary information to take any required action. Kind Regards, The FXOpen UK Team

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