Presidents' Day trading hours 2021
There will be some changes to our normal opening hours on Presidents’ Day – also known as Washington’s Birthday. Certain markets will be affected on Monday 15 and Tuesday 16 February 2021. Check the table below, and find out how these changes could impact your trading.
Monday 15 February
US equities and soft commodities are closed
Canadian equities are closed (Family Day)
US index futures c
You can find changes to trading hours over the Christmas period listed below, in UK time. Please make sure that you’re familiar with the changes, as they may affect your trades.
Thursday 24 December
Half day in most markets. All out-of-hours markets close at 6.15pm, forex and cryptocurrencies close at 10pm.
Friday 25 December
All markets closed.
You can find changes to trading hours over the Easter period listed below, in UK time. Please make sure that you’re familiar with the changes, as they may affect your trades.
Thursday 1 April
European indices close at 10pm (quoted out-of-hours until 14:15 Friday)
Friday 2 April
European and US commodities closed. 24-hour indices quoted until 14:15*. Forex closes at 10pm.
Our weekend and grey markets will open later than usual on Saturday 22 May 2021. We're planning to open these markets at 10am (UK time), rather than the normal 8am (UK time).We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause you.
Trading hours over the US Thanksgiving period
There’ll be some changes to our normal opening hours over the US Thanksgiving period. Check the table below to find out how they could impact your trading. Note that all times listed below are UK time.
These hours are accurate to the best of our knowledge, but it’s possible that they could change.
Dear IG Community,
Please find below the upcoming changes to our trading hours over the Easter period. UK:
Feel free to reach out if you have any query and Happy Easter !
All the best - Arvin
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