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UK bank holiday and Labor Day holiday

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CharlotteIG

During the UK bank holiday weekend and over Labor Day weekend in the US and Canada, we’ll be making some changes to our usual opening hours. These adjustments will take place on Monday 31 August (UK bank holiday), Monday 7 and Tuesday 8 September (US and Canada Labor Day weekend), after which we’ll go back to normal trading hours.

Monday 31 August

UK equities, index futures, soft commodities and interest rates will be closed

We’ll be making an out-of-hours price on the FTSE 100 until futures re-open at 1am on Tuesday

Brent Crude and London Gas Oil will be open as normal

New York Cocoa, Coffee and Sugar contracts will open at 12.30pm

Monday 7 September

US index futures close early at 6pm. We’ll make out-of-hours prices on Wall Street, US 500, Russell 2000, US Fang Index and US Tech until they re-open at 11pm

US and Canadian equities, and soft commodities, will be closed

The VIX will close early at 4.30pm

London Sugar closes early at 5pm

US rates, Euribor and the Dollar Index close early at 6pm

US metals and energies, including Nymex Crude, Gold and Silver close early at 6pm

Brent Crude and London Gas Oil close early at 6.30pm

Tuesday 8 September

US grain futures open at 1am

Lumber futures open at 3pm, livestock at 2.30pm

All other markets open as normal

All times listed here are UK time. This information is accurate to the best of our knowledge, but it is possible that these hours could change.

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