Changes to trading schedule on 24th and 25th November, 2016

Nov 24, 2016

Dear clients,

please note that due to Thanksgiving celebrations in the USA, on 24th and 25th November, 2016 the trading schedule will undergo some changes:

  • American stocks CFDs will not be traded November 24; November 25 trading will resume at 14:30 GMT and will be over at 18:00 GMT.
  • XPT/USD, XAU/USD, XPD/USD, XAG/USD, HOF, HGC, GCF, SIF and CLF trading session will be closed at 18:00 GMT November 24; trading will resume the same day at 23:00 GMT and will be over November 25 at 18:45 GMT.
  • LCO trading session will be closed at 18:30 GMT November 24; trading will resume the same day at 23:00 GMT and will be over November 25 at 20:00 GMT.
  • SPX, DJI and NSQ trading session will be closed November 24 at 18:00 GMT; trading will resume the same day at 23:00 GMT and will be over November 25 at 18:15 GMT.
  • TBN and DLI trading session will be closed November 24 at 18:00 GMT; trading will resume the same day at 23:00 GMT and will be over November 25 at 18:15 GMT.

Trading schedule changes will not concern any other instruments.

Regards,

Alfa-Forex 

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