Trading Schedule Changes due to Memorial Day

On May 25, American people celebrate Memorial Day to honor the men and women who died during the American Civil War. It is a day off for American citizens, which they prefer to spend traveling with friends or family and eating delicious traditional food.

Since it is a federal public holiday, your trading may be affected by the following changes:

o The market for trading Metals (XAUUSD, XAGUSD, Platinum, and Palladium) closes at 20:00 (MT Time).

o The market for trading CFD (WTI, BRN, YM, NASDAQ, and S&P500) also closes at 20:00 (MT Time).

Make sure you keep the updated schedule in mind and plan your trading sessions strategically.

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