Trading Changes due to Catholic Easter 2020

Dear clients!

Easter is coming! We send our warm congratulations and wish harmony and peace to you and your close ones. We hope that this bright holiday will give you the support that we all need in these hard times.

Please be reminded that the Catholic Easter in 2020 is celebrated from April 10th till April 13th. All of the exchanges in Europe, USA, Australia, Canada and some other countries will be on holidays.

It may also lead to lower volatility and sharp fluctuations. Some trading instruments may be unavailable in this period.

The Accounts Department working hours will also change:

9.04 – short working day till 12.00 UTC.

10.04 – day off.

13.04 – day off.


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