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Trading hours on Australia Day

The FXOpen Team

Dear Traders,

Please be aware of the trading schedule changes for Australia Day observed on January 26th (all times are GMT+2):

Index CFDs:

Tuesday 25 January

  • Australia 200 (#AUS200) – trading ends at 11:00 PM.

Wednesday 26 January

  • Australia 200 (#AUS200) – trading starts at 08:10 AM.

All other financial instruments will be traded without changes.

Please consider this information as you plan your trading.

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