Trading Hours on US Independence Day July 4th

Trading Hours on US Independence Day July 4th

Dear Trader,

Ahead of the US Independence Day (July 4th, 2022), we’d like to inform our clients that some markets will observe an early close and that trading times for related assets may be affected during the holiday.

Below you will find a table with all the relevant trading times information. Changes from regular trading hours and daily settlement window times are shown in bold (all times are in server local time, GMT+3).

Product

01/07/2022

04/07/2022

05/07/2022

Forex

 

 

 

All Instruments

Regular

Regular

Regular

Precious Metals

 

 

 

XAUUSD

Regular

Early close at 21:30

Regular

XAGUSD

Regular

Early close at 21:30

Regular

Cash Indices

 

 

 

US30

Regular

Early close at 20:00

Regular

NAS100

Regular

Early close at 20:00

Regular

SPX500

Regular

Early close at 20:00

Regular

UK 100

Regular

Early close at 23:00

Regular

GERMANY 30

Regular

Early close at 23:00

Regular

Future Indices

 

 

 

US30 (US Wall Street 30 Index Futures)

Regular

Early close at 20:00

Regular

US500 (US SPX 500 Index Futures)

Regular

Early close at 20:00

Regular

UT100 (US Tech 100 Index Futures)

Regular

Early close at 20:00

Regular

UK100 (UK 100 Index Futures)

Regular

Early close at 23:00

Regular

DE30 (Germany 30 Index Futures)

Regular

Early close at 23:00

Regular

Future Energies

 

 

 

US OIL

Regular

Early close at 20:00

Regular

Please be advised that due to low liquidity on market opening times and market holidays; the spreads for all or some pairs affected by the holiday could be widened. Times and dates will remain subject to change without prior notice.

If you require any additional information or assistance, please contact our support team directly or reach out to your dedicated Orbex account manager.

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