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Trading Schedule during Christmas and New Year

Trading Schedule during Christmas and New Year

Due to the upcoming Christmas and New Year Holiday period, ProbusFX’s trading schedule will be changed. Please refer to the following table for the schedule of all instruments (all times GMT):

Christmas Period
Instruments Friday 22-Dec Saturday 23-Dec Sunday 24-Dec Monday 25-Dec Tuesday 26-Dec
FX Normal Closed Closed Open 22:00 Normal
Metals Normal Closed Closed Open 23:00 Normal
Oil Early Close 20:00 Closed Closed XTI Open 23:00 XBR Closed Normal
UK CFD Index Early Close 18:00 Closed Closed Closed Closed
EUR CFD Indices Normal Closed Closed Closed Normal
US CFD Indices Normal Closed Closed Closed Normal


New Year Period
Instruments Friday 29-Dec Saturday 30-Dec Sunday 31-Dec Monday 01-Jan Tuesday 02-Jan
FX Normal Closed Closed Open 22:00 Normal
Metals Normal Closed Closed Open 23:00 Normal
Oil Early Close 20:00 Closed Closed XTI Open 23:00 XBR Closed Normal
UK CFD Index Early Close 18:00 Closed Closed Closed Closed
EUR CFD Indices Normal Closed Closed Closed Normal
US CFD Indices Normal Closed Closed Closed Normal



Please note that market hours and holidays are subject to change.


RISK WARNING: Trading in Forex and Contracts for Difference (CFDs), which are leveraged products, is highly speculative and involves a high level of risk. Therefore, Forex and CFDs may not be suitable for all investors because it is possible to lose all invested capital. Only invest with money you can afford to lose. Before deciding to trade, you need to ensure that you understand the risks involved. Seek independent advice if necessary. Please refer to our Risk Disclaimer.

CFDs and FX are leveraged products which carry a high level of risk which can result in the loss of all capital invested.
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