Reduction of maximum exposure on selected instruments

Due to considerable market turbulence and the resulting probability of high volatility, periods of low liquidity and risk of price gaps, Dukascopy is decreasing the maximum exposure limit on 11 instruments. The updated limit values (in contracts) are:
o XAU/USD – 3000
o USA500.IDX/USD – 1000
o USATECH.IDX/USD – 300
o USA30.IDX/USD – 100
o USSC2000.IDX/USD – 2000
o FRA.IDX/EUR – 500
o CHI.IDX/USD – 200
o DOLLAR.IDX/USD – 25000
o BUND.TR/EUR – 10000
o USTBOND.TR/USD – 10000
o UKGILT.TR/GBP – 10000

The limitation will enter into force as of this weekend, 14-15 March 2020 and remain in force until further notice. Dukascopy reserves the right to reconsider special trading conditions for other instruments if found necessary.

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