Spot Indices Trading Hours Update

31 December, 2015

Please find below the amended trading hours on Spot Indices for 31/12/2015 and 04/01/2016

31/12/2015 Early Closing at 14:00
#Belgium20 #France120 #France40
#Holland25 #HongKong50 #Portugal20
#Spain35 #UK_Mid250 #UK100
#US30 #USNDAQ100 #USSPX500

#Greece25 will be closed on 31/12/2015

04/01/2015 Late Opening at 09:00
#AUS200 #HongKong50 #Japan225

The time mentioned above is server time (GMT+2 subject to Daylight Saving Time changes)


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