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Labor Day holiday - 3rd September

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Morning all,

It is Labor [sic] Day in the US & Canada on Monday.

Overall summary of changes to market hours (all hours below in UK BST):

Monday 3rd September

•    US index futures close early at 18.00.  We will make out-of-hours prices for Wall St, S&P and Nasdaq until they re-open at 23.00. 
•    US & Canadian equities, and soft commodities, will be closed.
•    The VIX will close early at 16.30.
•    London Sugar (No. 5) closes early at 17.00.
•    US rates, Euribor and the Dollar Index close early at 18.00.
•    US metals & energies, including Nymex Crude, Gold and Silver close early at 18.00
•    Brent Crude & London Gas Oil close early at 18.30.

Tuesday 4th September 

•    US grain futures open at 01.00.
•    Lumber futures open at 15.00, livestock at 14.30.
•    All other markets open as normal

FX volumes will likely be pretty thin throughout the holiday.

I'll try to answer any specifics you have, feel free to comment below.

Cheers,

Ludwik

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