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18 April, 2022
WikiFX report: Trading Schedule Changes on the Way

Abstract:As a forex trader You need to know when the Forex market opens and closes as well as the four global sessions.
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  The market is open 24 hours a day in different parts of the world, from 5 p.m. EST on Sunday until 4 p.m. EST on Friday. At wikifx any point in time, there is at least one market open, and there are a few hours of overlap between one region's market closing and another opening.

  As a forex trader You need to know when the Forex market opens and closes as well as the four global sessions.

  As April comes with several dates, this resulted in some trading schedule changes by FBS online broker that offers financial market trading in forex and CFDs

  on which certain instruments will be unavailable for trading. According to the broker, the Reasons are the Ching Ming Festival that took place on April 5, DB Good Friday of April 14, Good Friday of April 15, Easter Monday of April 18, and April 25s ANZAC Day.

  Therefore below are the changes:

  April 5:

  Closed for the whole day – HK50

  April 14:

  Closed earlier at 16:00 MT Time – AU200.

  April 15:

  Closed for the whole day - XAUUSD, XAGUSD, XNGUSD, XTIUSD, XBRUSD, USDBRL, US stocks, UK100, AU200, DE30, EU50, FR40, HK50, JP225, UK100, US100, US30, US500, ES35.

  April 18:

  Closed for the whole day – UK100, AU200, FR40, DE30, EU50, ES35, HK50.

  April 25:

  

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