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Please note the following changes to trading hours for below products during US Memorial Day and UK Spring Bank Holidays. Regular trading schedule will resume on Tuesday, May 27, 2014.

Instrument Fri, May 23 Mon, May 26
Spot Forex Regular Regular
Spot Precious Metals Regular Early close at 18:00
OTC Currency Futures Early close at 21:15 Early close at 18:00
OTC  U.S. Index Futures      
OTC S&P500 Futures, OTC E-mini NASDAQ Futures, OTC E-mini S&S&P500 Futures, OTC Dow Jones Futures
Regular Early close at 18:00
OTC U.S. Energies Futures
OTC Natural Gas Futures, OTC WTI Crude Oil Futures
Regular Early close at 18:00
OTC Europe and U.K. Energies Futures
OTC Brent Crude Oil Futures, OTC Gasoil Futures
Regular Early close at 18:30
OTC U.K. Index Future
OTC FTSE 100 Index Futures
Regular Closed
OTC European Index Future
OTC CAC40 Index Futures
Regular Regular
OTC European Index Future
OTC DAX Index Futures
Regular Regular
OTC Metal Futures
OTC Gold Futures, OTC Silver Futures
Regular Early close at 18:00
OTC U.S. Stocks
OTC Equity CFD's MSFT, BA, MMM, IBM, CAT, C, DIS, AIG, GE, PFE
Regular Closed

All times GMT+1.

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Wish you all the best with your trading!

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Trading CFD's or Spot FX carries a high risk to your capital and can result in losses that exceed your deposits. CFDs and Spot FX are leveraged products. Trading CFD's or Spot FX carries a high risk to your capital and can result in losses that exceed your deposits. You should not engage in this form of investing unless you understand the nature of the Transaction you are entering into and the true extent of your exposure to the risk of loss. Your profit and loss will vary according to the extent of the fluctuations in the price of the underlying markets on which the trade is based.