Christmas Day & New Year 2020/2021 Holiday Schedule

Christmas Day & New Year 2020/2021 Holiday Schedule

Dear Trader,

Orbex would like to inform you about the upcoming trading hour changes due to the Christmas Day & New Year 2021 Holiday between December 24th – January 4th, 2020 / 2021.

We encourage you to pay attention to the following schedules:

Market Trading Schedule during Christmas:

Product

Thursday 24th December, 2020

Friday 25th December, 2020

Monday 28th December, 2020

Tuesday 29th December, 2020

 

Forex

 

Regular

 

Closed

 

Regular

 

Regular

 

XAU – XAG

 

Early Close at 20:25

 

Closed

 

Regular

 

Regular

 

USOIL

 

Early Close at 20:40

 

Closed

 

Regular

Regular

 

US30 – SPX500 – NAS100

 

Early Close at 20:10

 

Closed

 

Regular

 

Regular

 

UK100

 

Early Close at 14:50

 

Closed

 

Closed

 

Open at 03:00

 

GER30

 

Closed

 

Closed

 

Regular

 

Regular

Market Trading Schedule During New Year:

Product

Wednesday 30th December, 2020

Thursday 31st December, 2020

Friday 1st January, 2021

Monday 4th January, 2021

 

Forex

 

Regular

 

Regular

Closed

Regular

 

XAU – XAG

 

Regular

 

Regular

 

Closed

 

Regular

 

USOIL

 

Regular

 

Regular

 

Closed

 

Regular

 

US30 – SPX500 – NAS100

 

Regular

 

Regular

 

Closed

 

Regular

 

UK100

 

Regular

 

Early Close at 14:50

 

Closed

 

Regular

 

GER30

 

Regular

 

Regular

 

Closed

 

Regular

All times and dates mentioned above are in (GMT +2).

Please be advised that due to low liquidity on market opening times and market holidays; the spreads for all or some pairs could be widened.

Times and dates are subject to change without prior notice.

You are always welcome to contact your account manager or Orbex support, should you require additional help or information.

CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 44.44% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with Orbex Ltd. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.