URGENT! US Crude trades will be closed at 1800 on April 22

URGENT! TeleTrade counterparty has notified about closing of trading on USCrude instrument.

Counterparty of TeleTrade has notified about closing of trading on USCrude instrument due to the critical situation on the oil market.

Due to circumstances beyond our control, TeleTrade is also forced to close trading on USCrude instrument.

We strongly recommend you to close all current trades on USCrude until 18:00, April 22, 2020, trading terminal time (UTC 2).

TeleTrade obligations for all non-closed USCrude trades before this time will be fulfilled at the last price after 18:00, April 22, 2020.

TeleTrade is looking for other counterparties and alternative ways to provide customers with the opportunity to trade WTI oil-based CFDs.

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