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Low Liquidity on Commodities and CFDs - November 26-27

The FXOpen UK Team

Dear Trader, Due to the Thanksgiving holiday this week in the US, on Thursday 26th and Friday 27th November, you may experience low liquidity in several trading instruments such as oil, natural gas, precious metals and CFDs.   Thursday 26th November - after 17:45 GMT Friday 27th November - after 18:15 GMT  Please ensure that you take this into consideration espically if you have open positions during these times.  Kind regards,  The FXopen UK Team

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