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Name Changes for Gold and Silver

The FXOpen Team

From 4th May 2015, the ticker symbol XAUUSD replaces GOLD and XAGUSD replaces SILVER. The currency codes for gold and silver on FXOpen servers will be adjusted under ISO 4217 international standard. Secondly, FXOpen is removing the fixed leverage of 1:100 for Gold and Silver. Starting 4th May 2015, clients can set the leverage in accordance with their wishes and needs when trading XAUUSD and XAGUSD. If you have any questions regarding this please contact your account manager or customer support. Kind Regards, The FXOpen UK Team

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