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Server Time Offset Change to GMT+3 on 12th March

The FXOpen Team

Dear Traders,  Please note the following changes to the FXOpen UK MT4 server time due to Daylight Saving Time. The GMT offset on the MT4 trading platform will change to to GMT+3 on Sunday 12th March 2017. (It is currently GMT+2)

The change applies to both ECN and STP accounts. (live and demo)  Please do not forget to adjust the GMT offset in your indicators, robots and expert advisors to GMT+3.  Kind regards,

The FXOpen UK Team  E-mail: [email protected] Live Chat (24/5)

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