Changes in trading schedule on the US Independence Day

In observance of the upcoming Independence Day in the United States, certain changes will be introduced to the trading schedule on July 3rd, 2020. Please refer to the table below for the updated schedule of all instruments to be affected by the changes.

Symbol

Description

July 3rd, 2020*

SPOT INDICES

SP500

S&P 500 Index

Market Closed

NQ100

Nasdaq 100 Index

Market Closed

DJI30

Dow Jones Industrial Average Index

Market Closed

JP225

Nikkei 225 Index

Market Closed

US STOCK CFDs

Market Closed

*EEST (GMT 3)

All the aforementioned symbols will become available for trading as usual on July 6th, 2020. Please take this information into account when planning your trading activities.

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