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Support Hours Over Christmas an New Year

The FXOpen Team

Dear Trader,  Please note the following changes to the support hours over the festive period.  December 2017 Friday 22nd - Close at 8pm Monday 25th - Closed Tuesday 26th Closed Wednesday 27th 8am - 8pm Thursday 28th 8am - 8pm Friday 29th 8am - 6pm  January 2018 Monday 1st - Closed Tuesday 2nd 8am - 8pm  For live clients the trading line 0203 519 1224 will be open as normal when the markets are open for any urgent trading matters.  Kind regards,  The FXOpen UK Team

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