Trading Hours Schedule for the 2021 Easter Holiday Period

Dear Traders,

Please note that due to the Easter holidays, trading hours for some financial instruments will be changed as follows:

Thursday, April 1st, 2021

Indices CFD:

· Australia 200 (#AUS200): 01:00 – 16:00;

· Europe 50 (#ESX50): 01:00 – 23:00;

· France 40 (#FCHI): 01:00 – 23:00;

· UK 100 (#UK100): 01:00 – 23:00.

All other financial instruments will be traded as usual.

Friday, April 2nd, 2021

Commodities CFD: trading closed.

Indices CFD:

· Australia 200 (#AUS200): trading closed;

· Europe 50 (#ESX50): trading closed;

· France 40 (#FCHI): trading closed;

· Germany 30 (#GDAXIm): trading closed;

· Hong Kong 50 (#HSI): trading closed;

· Japan 225 (#J225): 01:00 – 16:15;

· UK 100 (#UK100): trading closed;

· US SPX 500 (#SPXm): 01:00 – 16:15;

· US Tech 100 (#NDXm): 01:00 – 16:15;

· Wall Street 30 (#WS30m): 01:00 – 16:15.

Stocks CFD: trading closed.

All other financial instruments will be traded as usual.

Monday, April 5th, 2021

Indices CFD:

· Australia 200 (#AUS200): trading closed;

· Europe 50 (#ESX50): trading closed;

· France 40 (#FCHI): trading closed;

· Germany 30 (#GDAXIm): trading closed;

· Hong Kong 50 (#HSI): trading closed;

· UK 100 (#UK100): trading closed.

Stocks CFD: trading closed.

All other financial instruments will be traded as usual.

Tuesday, April 6th, 2021

Indices CFD:

· Australia 200 (#AUS200): 02:50 Tue – 00:00 Wed;

· Europe 50 (#ESX50): 03:15 Tue – 00:00 Wed;

· France 40 (#FCHI): 09:00 Tue – 00:00 Wed;

· Hong Kong 50 (#HSI): trading closed;

· UK 100 (#UK100): 03:00 Tue – 00:00 Wed.

All other financial instruments will be traded as usual.

Please consider these changes when planning your trading activities.

The FXOpen EU Team

E-mail: [email protected]

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