Trading schedule changes due to wintertime shift

On October 25, Europe is switching from Daylight Saving Time DST to wintertime, setting its clocks back one hour. The MT time is set back one hour as well. Due to this change, the trading for WTI, BRN, XAUUSD, XAGUSD, Palladium, Platinum, US stocks, NASDAQ, SP, YM, USDRUB opens one hour earlier MT time. Trading changes come into effect on October 26. However, on November 1, when the US switches to wintertime as well, trading returns to normal. Consider these changes when planning your trades. If you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact the FBS support team!

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