LiteForex trading hours amended 24th 30th of June, 2020

Dear clients,

We would like to draw your attention to the trading schedule over the upcoming Dragon Boat Festival in China and Hong Kong on June 25-29, 2020.

Please pay attention to changes made to the trading hours concerning the following instruments:

Trading Instrument Changes in trading schedule
Hong Kong 50 Index closed from 19:00 24/06/2020 – till 04:15 30/06/2020

The server time GMT 3 indicated in the schedule corresponds to the time indicated in the trading platform. Please consider this information when trading.

The instruments that are not specified in table above are traded in normal mode.

All information is intended for guidance only and it is a subject to change. Please, stay up to date.

Best Regards,
LiteForex

Changes in trading hours due to the Dragon Boat Festival in China and Hong Kong

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