Changes to trading schedule 8th and 11th of May, 2020

Changes to trading schedule on 8th and 11th of May, 2020

Dear clients,

Please be aware that due to the upcoming Bank Holiday in the UK and Victory Day celebrations in Russia, some changes will be made to the trading schedule.

Instruments

08/05/2020

11/05/2020

USDRUB, EURRUB

Usual trading schedule

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Usual trading schedule

The schedule presented above is for informational purposes only and may be subject to change.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact our customer support team. You can reach us on Viber (chat only) on 1 (784) 430-3918, Telegram, Facebook Messenger, Skype (calls only), via our Live Chat service, by email at [email protected], or by phone on 44 8449 869559.

Best regards,

Alpari

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