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May 26th Bank Holiday Support Hours and Gold and Silver Liquidity

The FXOpen UK Team

Dear Trader, Please note that over the 26th May Bank Holiday the FXOpen UK support hours will be as follows. (All times are GMT+1)

  • Sunday 25th May Closed
  • Monday 26th May Open 2100
  • Tuesday 27th May Normal Hours

For urgent trading enquiries for Live Clients, support will be available on +44 (0) 203 519 1224. All other enquiries will be responded to on Tuesday 27th May.

Please also note that as it is Memorial Day in the USA, liquidity for Precious metals will be significantly reduced so please take this into account if you have open positions or working orders in Gold and Silver.

Kind Regards, The FXOpen Team

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