Changes in trading schedule due to US Memorial Day

30 May, 2016

Dear Traders!

Due to Memorial Day in the United States the following intrumets will be unavailable for trading on Monday, May 30th:

  • All futures contracts
  • American CFD Shares

All services of Grand Captial will be available as usual. On Tuesday, 5/31, regular trading will resume.

Please consider these changes when planning your trading activity.

Thank you,
Grand Catpial team 


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