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1 July 2022, 10:14

Changes in the trading schedule on July 4, 2022

Dear Clients!

On July 4, 2022, in connection with US Independence Day, important changes have been made to the schedule of trading sessions for several CFDs.

Asset class Instrument Session change
CFD on Energies USGas Early close at 19:15
UKBrent Early close at 19:30
WTI Early close at 20:30
CFD on Metals All except below Early close at 19:15
XPDUSD, XPTUSD Early close at 20:30
CFD on Indices US30, US500, USTech100, J225 Early close at 19:00
GER30, UK100 Early close at 22:00
CFD on US Shares & ETF All Closed

* Trading server time – UTC+2.

Please note that possible additional changes to the schedule of trading sessions may be set without prior notice.

The current schedule of trading sessions for all instruments is available in the "Specification" menu of the trading platform.

Please consider these changes when planning your trading activity.

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