Closing trading on a number of instruments CFD on ETFs

Dear Customers,

Please be informed that as from 14.04.2020 00:00 (server time UTC 2) the following trading instruments (CFD on ETF) will be set to Close only, while opening new positions will not be allowed:


You will have time to close open trades on those instruments until 25.04.2020 00:00 (server time UTC 2), otherwise the Company shall forcibly close any remaining orders on those instruments during the time period between 25.04.2020 00:00 – 23:59.

We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause.


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