Update on afterhours trading on indices

Posted by Dafni Serdari | 18/03/2020 16:05

Temporary changes to after-hours trading on indices

The unprecedented volatility due to the coronavirus pandemic has caused decreased liquidity during after-hours. For that reason, the indices will be on close-only mode for a short period of time per day, as per the below table:

Market Close-only Time Window
All indices 30 minutes prior to Friday close (09:00 pm GMT)
FRA40 & ESTX50 30 minutes prior to daily rollover (09:00 pm GMT)

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