Company news / Changes in CFD Trading on May 1, 2019

Changes in CFD Trading on May 1, 2019

The FXOpen Team

Dear Traders, Due to a public holiday in Europe on May 1st 2019, the following indices will be closed:

  • Europe 50 - trading closed;
  • France 40 - trading closed;
  • Germany 30 - trading closed;
  • Germany 30 (Mini) - trading closed.

All other financial instruments will be traded without changes.

Please take these changes into consideration when planning your trading activities for the upcoming week.

The FXOpen UK Team E-mail: [email protected]

Latest from Company news

Trading Hours for the US Juneteenth Holiday UK Bank Holiday and US Memorial Day Trading Hours Schedule Buddha's Birthday Trading Hours Schedule Trading Hours Schedule for the UK Early May Bank Holiday Trading Hours Schedule for the Labour Day

Related articles

Company news

Trading Hours for the US Juneteenth Holiday

Dear Traders,

Due to the forthcoming US Juneteenth Holiday on 19th June, 2024, you will experience the following changes in the trading hours schedule (all times are GMT+3):

Wednesday, 19th June

Indices CFD:

  • #J225, US Indices CFD - until
Company news

UK Bank Holiday and US Memorial Day Trading Hours Schedule

Dear Traders,

Due to the UK Bank Holiday and US Memorial Day you will experience the following changes in the trading hours schedule (all times are GMT+3):

Friday, 24th May

Indices CFD:

  • #UK100: trading until 23:00.

Monday, 27th

Company news

Buddha's Birthday Trading Hours Schedule

Dear Traders,

Due to the Buddha's Birthday Holiday on 15th May, you will experience the following changes in the trading hours schedule (all times are GMT+3):

Tuesday, 14th May

Indices CFD:

  • #HSI: trading until 22:00.

Wednesday, 15th May

CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 60% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work, and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.