High volatility is expected in markets on November 3, 2020

Due to the upcoming presidential elections in the USA which are going to take place on Tuesday, 3rd of November 2020, please review the following warning. Since markets are expected to be very volatile during and as a result of the election day, you are kindly requested to take special care of managing your trading accounts. If you have or intend to hold open positions conduct trading operations during the aforementioned time period, please ensure you have sufficient margin in order to protect the accounts from possible margin calls stop outs. Furthermore, please note due to the naturally higher volatility associated with this event, it is expected for spreads to have larger than normal values. Also consider this risk when managing trading activities of your accounts during that date. Support Team


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