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Easter Holiday Trading Hours

Posted by Dafni Serdari | 16/04/2019 10:32

The Easter weekend is approaching fast, which means that the trading hours of the markets will be affected. Find out more details here. 

In the below table you will find exact information about the trading hours of your favourite markets between Thursday 18 and Monday 22 April 2019. All markets revert to normal trading hours on Tuesday 23 April 2019.
 

All times are quotes in GMT
Market Thu 18 April Fri 19 April Sun 21 April Mon 22 April
All FX pairs Normal hours Close 21.00 Open 21.00 Normal hours
Cryptocurrencies Normal hours Close 21.00 Open 21.00 Normal hours
ASX 200 Close 10.00 Closed Closed Open 7.10
Dow Jones Normal hours Closed Closed Normal hours
US S&P 500 Normal hours Closed Closed Normal hours
NASDAQ Normal hours Closed Closed Normal hours
NIKKEI 225 Normal hours Normal hours Closed Normal hours
EuroStoxx 50 Normal hours Closed Closed Normal hours
GER 30 Normal hours Closed Closed Normal hours
CAC 40 Normal hours Closed Closed Normal hours
IBEX 35 Normal hours Closed Closed Normal hours
FTSE 100 Normal hours Closed Closed Normal hours
Hong Kong HS50 Normal hours Closed Closed Normal hours
China A50 Normal hours Normal hours Closed Normal hours
US Crude Oil Normal hours Closed Closed Normal hours
Brent Oil Normal hours Closed Closed Normal hours
Natural Gas Normal hours Closed Closed Normal hours
Spot Gold Normal hours Closed Closed Normal hours
Spot Silver Normal hours Closed Closed Normal hours
Copper Normal hours Closed Closed Normal hours
Platinum Normal hours Closed Closed Normal hours
Soft Commodities
(Corn, Coffee, etc)
Normal hours Closed Closed Normal hours
US Shares Normal hours Closed Closed Normal hours
UK Shares Normal hours Closed Closed Closed
German Shares Normal hours Closed Closed Closed
French Shares Normal hours Closed Closed Closed
AU Shares Normal hours Closed Closed Closed

We wish you Happy Holidays!

The ThinkMarkets Team

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