China celebrates Lunar New Year from 30 January till 6 February. This holiday is also considered to be the holiday of coming spring, and it is the longest and the most important in the lunar Chinese calendar. In most Asian countries Chinese New Year is not only a cheerful event for the representatives of all confessions and nationalities, but it is always a public holiday.
We bring to your attention that due to the holidays there will be low volatility at the exchanges.
30 January - 6 February – Banking Holidays in China.
31 January - 3 February – Holidays at the Hong-Kong Exchange.
Please, take into consideration this information while planning your work.
We congratulate our clients and wish a following trend in the New Year!