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Dear client,

Please note that on Sunday, 8th of March 2015, Daylight Saving Time will begin in the US, with the opening and closing times of specific markets being affected until the beginning of Daylight Saving Time in Europe on Sunday, 29th of March 2015.

Please note the below trading times of the affected financial instruments:

Spot Forex Normal Market Opening at 22:00 (09, 16 & 23/03/2015), Early Closing at 21:00 (13, 20 & 27/03/2015)
US Stocks Between 09 - 27/03/2015 opening time will be 13:30 and closing time 20:00
US Indices Between 09 - 27/03/2015 opening time will be 22:00 and closing time 21:15, break (21:15 - 22:00)
Metals Futures Between 09 - 27/03/2015 opening time will be 22:00 and closing time 21:15, break (21:15 - 22:00)
Currencies Futures Between 09 - 27/03/2015 opening time will be 22:00 and closing time 21:00, break (21:00 - 22:00)
Energies Between 09 - 27/03/2015 opening time will be 22:00 and closing time 21:15, break (21:15 - 22:00)
Precious Metals Between 09 - 27/03/2015 opening time will be 22:00 and closing time 21:00, break (21:00 - 22:00)
EU Stocks Regular Hours
OTC Agricultural Commodity Futures Between 09 - 27/03/2015 opening time will be 08:15 and closing time 17:30

All times GMT.

Dates and time are subject to change without further notice.

In case of any query, please do not hesitate to contact our Client Services team on +44 207 634 9770 or email us at clientservices@ICMCapital.co.uk. You can also visit our website www.ICMCapital.co.uk and have the benefit of our live chat support.

Wish you all the best with your trading!

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