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US Labor Day holiday market schedule

September 03, 2020 16:30

Dear traders,

Please note that due to the upcoming US Labor Day holiday on September 7, our trading hours will be slightly modified.

CFD Instruments

Monday

September 7

Forex

Normal Hours

Metals

Closes 20:00

BRENT

Closes 20:30

WTI

Closes 20:00

NGAS

Closes 20:30

[Canada60]

Closed

[DAX30]

Closes 23:00

[DJI30]

Closes 20:00

[FTSE100]

Closes 23:00

[JP225]

Closes 20:00

[NQ100]

Closes 20:00

[SP500]

Closes 20:00

Stock & ETF CFDs (US)

Closed

USTNote

Closes 20:00

ARABICA

Closed

COCOA

Closed

COTTON

Closed

ORANGE.JUICE

Closed

SUGAR.RAW

Closed

SUGAR.WHITE

Closes 19:00

Futures CFDs

Canada60

Closed

ES

Closes 20:00

EURO50

Closes 23:00

GER30

Closes 23:00

UK100

Closes 23:00

USDX

Closes 20:00

USNASDAQ100

Closes 20:00

Volatility

Closes 18:30

YM

Closes 20:00

ARABICA

Closed

COCOA

Closed

COPPER

Closes 20:00

COTTON

Closed

CrudeOilUK

Closes 20:30

CrudeOilUS

Closes 20:00

ORANGE.JUICE

Closed

SUGAR.RAW

Closed

SUGAR.WHITE

Closes 19:00

XAU

Closes 20:00



Exchange-traded products

Monday

September 7

Stocks (US)

Closed


All times given are in Eastern European Time (EET), which is the MetaTrader platform's time zone.

N.B. "Normal Hours" vary depending on the instrument. Please find specific details for each instrument in the Contract Specifications section of our website. Also, please be aware that the trading hours indicated above may be subject to change, depending on the respective exchanges or liquidity providers; changes in trading hours also may affect applicable pre-close terms.



Risk Warning

CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 84% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.