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What are IG's Christmas 2018 dealing hours?


You can find some details on our trading hours below (all times GMT), or for the UK more info is available here. For areas outside of the UK you can find relevant hours on your local IG.com help and support page (visit IG.com and use the Help and Support link in the top black navigation strip).  


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Yes and so too Cryptocurrencies at 9:00 pm on Christmas Day. 

We may not have seen a 'Santa Rally' in equities / indices but we sure have in Cryptocurrencies!

Have a lovely Christmas and New Year.

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1 hour ago, BrownAdder said:

what about commodities ?

follow that link in the first post, then scroll down a bit. 

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