Potential volatility spikes amid US presidential election

Due to the upcoming presidential election in the US, a significant surge in volatility along with a reduction in liquidity might be expected within this week in the major markets. Price gaps and wider spreads are also possible as a result.

Margin requirements for all account types and instruments will remain unchanged, however, we reserve the right to update other trading conditions and contract specifications according to the market conditions. To avoid any potential losses, we encourage you to comply with reasonable risk limits and control the use of leverage.

Please take this information into account while planning your trading activities. Should you need any further information, please do not hesitate to contact us by email: [email protected] or via LiveChat on our website.

Grand Capital team

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