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US Memorial Day & UK Spring Bank Holiday schedule changes 2016.05.24

May 24, 2016 08:55

Dear Trader,

Please note that on 30 May, 2016 the trading schedule for Metals Spot, US Stock CFDs, Spot Energies, CFD Cash Indices and CFD Index Futures will be modified. The following changes are due to the US Memorial Day and UK Spring Holiday, UK:

1. Metals Spot closed at 19:45 EET on 30 May 2016, until standard opening time on 31 May 2016

2. Spot Energies closed at 19:45 EET on 30 May 2016, until standard opening time on 31 May 2016

3. US Stock CFDs closed on 30 May 2016, until standard opening time on 31 May 2016

4. CFD Cash Indices:

a. SP500, NQ100, DJI30, JP225 closed at 20:00 EET on 30 May 2016, until standard opening time on 31 May 2016
b. DAX30 closed at 23:00 EET on 30 May 2016, until standard opening time on 31 May 2016
c. FTSE100/UK100, SMI20 closed on 30 May 2016, until standard opening time on 31 May 2016

5. CFD Index Futures - #USDX closed on 30 May 2016, until standard opening time on 31 May 2016

6. Bonds - USTNote closed on 30 May 2016, until standard opening time on 31 May 2016.

Please note that over the holiday period:

  • there is a higher level of risk involved in maintaining opened positions and pending orders
  • the indicated trading hours can be subject to changes by the respective exchanges or liquidity providers
  • there is an increased probability of wider spreads, due to thinner market liquidity.

Sincerely,
Admiral Markets