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Trading Hours Schedule for the Chung Yeung Festival on 4 October, 2022

The FXOpen Team

Dear Traders,

Due to the forthcoming Chung Yeung Festival in Hong Kong, trading hours for the Hang Seng Index will be changed on 3rd, 4th and 5th October. Please see the schedule below and consider this information as you plan your trading (all times given are GMT+3).

Hong Kong 50 (#HSI):

  • Monday 3rd October: trading session closes at 22:00;
  • Tuesday 4thOctober: trading closed;
  • Wednesday 5th October: trading session opens at 04:15.

All other financial markets can be traded without changes.

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