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Admiral Markets Pty Ltd

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US Martin Luther King Day, 18th January 2016 trading schedule 2016.01.18

January 18, 2016 08:26

Please note that on 18 January, 2016 the trading schedule for Metals Spot, US Stock CFDs, Spot Energies and CFD Cash Indices will be modified because of the US Martin Luther King Day.

Metals Spot:
closed at 20:00 EET 18.01.2016 till standard opening time on 19.01.2016;

US Stock CFDs:
closed at 16:30 EET 18.01.2016 till standard opening time on 19.01.2016.

Spot Energies:
WTI
closed at 19:45 EET 18.01.2016 till standard opening time on 19.01.2016;

CFD Cash Indices:
SP500, NQ100, DJI30, JP225
closed at 20:00 EET 18.01.2016 till standard opening time on 19.01.2016;

Bonds:
#Bund, #USTNote
closed at 18:30 EET 18.01.2016 till standard opening time on 19.01.2016;

Please note that there is a higher level of risk involved in maintaining opened positions and pending orders over the holiday period. The indicated trading hours can be subject to changes by the respective exchanges or liquidity providers.

Furthermore, please be advised that there is an increased probability of wider spreads due to thinner liquidity in the market.

Sincerely,

Admiral Markets


Risk Warning

CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 85% 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.