Trading changes April 10 13, 2020 due to Easter Holiday

Dear Customers!

Please note change trading schedule on CFD tools from April 10, 2020 to April 13, 2020 in connection with the celebration of Easter Holiday.

Change of trading sessions of CFD instruments on April 10, 2020

Instruments Tickers Trading session
CFD US Stocks ALL Closed
CFD on Metals ALL Closed
CFD on Commodities ALL Closed
CFD on Index ALL Closed

Change of trading sessions of CFD instruments on April 13, 2020

Instruments Tickers Trading session
CFD on Index EUR50, FRA40, GER30, UK100, CH20, ES35 Closed

Time of trading sessions – UTC 2

Wish you good trading!

Support Team

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