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Setting FXOpen Servers To Winter Time

The FXOpen UK Team

Dear Clients,

Please note that on November 7, 2021, FXOpen will set its trading servers to winter time, i.e., from GMT+3 to GMT+2.

The changes are to come into effect at the time of market opening on Monday, November 8, 2021. On crypto accounts where trading is available over the weekend, traders will notice the changes a day earlier, on Sunday, November 7, 2021.

The time switch will be applied to all types of trading accounts on the FXOpen platform.

The server time switch will not affect any open trades or the process of placing, closing, or modifying orders. However, we would recommend that you take the time shift into account when planning your trading activities.

And, finally, please do not forget to synchronize the time zone of your EAs and indicators with FXOpen’s server, which is GMT+2.

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