Important Notification End of Daylight Savings 2020

We would like to inform you that due to the end of daylight savings in Europe on Sunday, October 25 2020, and in the United States of America on Sunday, November 1 2020, the trading hours of various instruments will be affected between 25 October and 1 November 2020. The normal trading hours will be resumed from then onwards for some instruments. Please review the table below to see which instruments will be affected and how Instrument 2510 2610 2910 3010 0211 Forex Early Opening 2305 Normal Hours Early Closing 2250 Normal Hours Gold Closed 00052255 Early Closing 2250 Normal Hours Silver Closed 00052255 Early Closing 2250 Normal Hours US Stocks 15402155 15402155 Normal Hours Brazilian Stocks 15402155 15402155 Normal Hours Canadian Stocks 15402155 15402155 Normal Hours Australian Stocks 01100655 01100655 Continues with the changed hours Instrument Monday TuesThurs Friday Duration USDRUB 09051655 09051655 09051655 2630 October COCOADEC20 11501925 11501925 11501925 2630 October COFFEDEC20 11201925 11201925 11201925 2630 October CORNDEC20 0205144015352010 0205144015352010 0205144015352010 2630 October SBEANNOV20 0205144015352010 0205144015352010 0205144015352010 2630 October SBEANJAN21 0205144015352010 0205144015352010 0205144015352010 2630 October WHEATDEC20 0205144015352010 0205144015352010 0205144015352010 2630 October COTTODEC20 03052015 03052015 03052015 2630 October HGCOPDEC20 00052255 00052255 00052210 2630 October SUGARMAR21 10351855 10351855 10351855 2630 October…

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