Changes in trading schedule on May 25th, 2020

Please be advised that certain changes will be introduced to the trading schedule due to the US Memorial Day on May 25th. Please refer to the table below for the updated schedule for all instruments subject to change:

Symbol

Symbol Description

25.05.2020*

CFD INDICES

FTSE

FTSE 100 Index

Market closed

FDAX

Xetra DAX Index

01.05 – 23.00

ES

S&P 500 Index

01.05 – 20.00

NQ

Nasdaq 100 Index

01.05 – 20.00

YM

Dow Jones Industrial Average Index

01.05 – 20.00

NIK

Nikkei 225 Index

01.05 – 20.00

FOREX METALS

01.05 – 20.00

CFD ENERGIES

WTI

WTI US Crude Oil – Spot

01.05 – 20.00

BRN

UK Brent Crude Oil – Spot

03.05 – 20.00

NG

Natural Gas – Spot

01.05 – 19.45

US STOCK CFDs

Market closed

EUR STOCK CFDs (LSE)

Market closed

All the mentioned symbols will become available for trading as usual on May 26th, 2020. Please take this information into account when planning your trading activities.

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