Trading Hour Changes: Christmas and New Year’s Day Holidays

Posted by Robert Juleff | 20/12/2016 00:03

Due to the Christmas and New Year’s Day holidays, there will be trading hour changes for certain markets. Please find full details below. (All times are in GMT+2.)

Market Symbol Dec 23 Dec 25 & 26 Dec 27 Dec 28 Dec 30 Jan 1 & 2 Jan 3
Dow Jones Index US30 Normal hours Closed Reopen 2:00 Normal hours Normal hours Closed Reopen 2:00
US S&P 500 SPX500 Normal hours Closed Reopen 2:00 Normal hours Normal hours Closed Reopen 2:00
US Crude Oil WTI Normal hours Closed Reopen 2:00 Normal hours Normal hours Closed Reopen 2:00
Brent Crude Oil BRENT Close 21:30 Closed Reopen 3:00 Normal hours Close 21:30 Closed Reopen 3:00
Spot Gold XAU/USD Normal hours Closed Reopen 2:00 Normal hours Normal hours Closed Reopen 2:00
Spot Silver XAG/USD Normal hours Closed Reopen 2:00 Normal hours Normal hours Closed Reopen 2:00
FTSE100 UK100 Close 14:30 Closed Closed Normal hours Close 14:30 Closed Closed
DAX GER30 Normal hours Closed Closed Normal hours Normal hours Closed Closed
CAC40 FRA40 Normal hours Closed Closed Closed Normal hours Closed Closed
EuroStoxx 50 ESTX50 Normal hours Closed Closed Normal hours Normal hours Closed Closed
Australian 200 AUS200 Close 05:30 Closed Closed Reopen 00:50 Close 05:30 Closed Reopen 2:00
Nikkei JPN225 Normal hours Closed Reopen 2:00 Normal hours Normal hours Closed Reopen 2:00
All FX pairs xxx/xxx Normal hours Closed Reopen 2:00 Normal hours Normal hours Closed Reopen 2:00
 

Our offices will also be closed on Dec 26 (Monday) and Jan 2 (Monday), and resume services on Dec 27 (Tuesday) and Jan 3 (Tuesday), respectively.

Thank you for your support in 2016. On behalf of the ThinkMarkets Team, we would like to wish you a very happy festive season and prosperous 2017. In the meantime, please contact our client service team should you require any assistance.

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