Several countries celebrate their national holidays in June, making changes to the trading schedule. FBS, as always, announces upcoming changes so that you can better plan your trading strategies.
Trading Schedule Changes in August-September
The end of August and the start of September bring several public holidays: UK Summer Bank Holiday on August 30, US Labor Day on September 6, and Brazil Independence day on September 7. This will affect the market schedule.
On August 30, trading for UK100 and UK Stocks is closed for the whole day.
On September 6, trading for US Stocks is closed for the whole day.
On September 6, trading for US500, US30, US100, JP225, XAUUSD, XAGUSD, XTIUSD, XBRUSD, XNGUSD is closed earlier, at 20:00 MT time.
On September 7, trading for USDBRL is closed for the whole day.
Please bear these schedule changes in mind and plan your trading accordingly.
National holidays are coming up in the USA, the UK, Europe, and Hong Kong, affecting the trading schedule in May.
Due to holidays in several countries, there are changes in the April trading schedule.