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Changes to trading hours over the 2023 US Thanksgiving period


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Changes to trading hours over the US Thanksgiving period

There will be some changes to our normal opening hours over the US Thanksgiving period. Check the table below to find out how these could impact your trading. Note that all times listed below are UK time.

Thanksgiving

 

Thursday 23 November

US equity markets are closed.

US index futures close early at 6 pm. We’ll offer out-of-hours prices on Wall Street, US 500, US Tech 100 and US Russell 2000 until index futures reopen at 11 pm.

The Volatility Index (VIX) closes early at 4.30 pm and reopens at 11 pm.

Brent Crude, London Gas Oil and ICE WTI will close early at 6.30 pm.

US rates close at 6 pm.

Metals and US energies, including NYMEX Crude and Spot Gold, close at 7.30 pm.

US soft commodities are closed.

London Sugar closes early at 5 pm.

Lumber and Livestock are closed.

Black Friday

 

Friday 24 November

US equity markets close early at 6 pm, and there’ll be no post-market trading.

US index futures close early at 6.15 pm. We’ll offer out-of-hours prices on Wall Street, US 500, US Tech 100 and US Russell 2000 until 9 pm.

The Volatility Index (VIX) closes early at 6.15 pm.

Brent Crude, London Gas Oil and ICE WTI will close at 7 pm.

US rates and the US Dollar Index close at 6.15 pm.

Metals and US energies, including NYMEX Crude and Spot Gold, close at 6.45 pm.

New York Cotton opens late at 1 pm. New York Cotton and Orange Juice closes early at 6.30 pm.

Normal trading hours on New York Sugar, New York Coffee and New York Cocoa.

US grain futures open late at 2.30 pm and close early at 6.05 pm.

Lumber trades from 3 pm to 6.05 pm, and Livestock trades from 2.30 pm to 6.05 pm.

The futures desk and all 24-hour indices close at 9 pm, and FX closes at 10 pm.


These hours are accurate to the best of our knowledge, but it’s possible that they could change.

 

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