Changes to trading sessions on September 7, 2020

Dear clients,

There are changes to trading sessions of CFD instruments on September 7, 2020 due to USA Labour Day.

Changes to sessions on September 7, 2020:

Instruments Ticker Opening of trading session Close of trading session
CFD US Stocks ALL Closed
CFD on Indexes US500, USTech100, US30 Regular 18:45
CFD on Energies UKBrent, USGas Regular 18:45
CFD on Energies WTI Regular 19:00
CFD on Commodities Sugar_W Regular 18:00
CFD on Commodities Cocoa_US, Coffee_Ar, Cotton, Orange, Sugar_R Closed
CFD on Metals ALL Regular 18:45

Trading time – UTC 2.

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