Trading Schedule Changes in April

On April 10, Catholics around the world have a public holiday due to Good Friday. It is a day for religious ceremonies and self-questioning about life purpose.

Make sure you are aware of the changes in the financial markets timetable. On April 10, there will be no trading for:

o CFDs (NASDAQ, S&P500, Dow Jones, WTI, BRN, DAX30)

o Metals (XAUUSD, XAGUSD, Platinum, Palladium)

On April 13, the Catholic world celebrates one of the most important events – Easter Monday. It is considered a day of rest during which people enjoy the time with their families sharing festive food and praying for good and healthy days.

Your trading may be affected by the following changes:

o On April 13, there will be no trading for DAX30.

Plan strategically and miss no opportunities for profitable trades.

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