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Australia 200 Trading Hours


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Hi there,

I use the IG Australia platform, and the website says that the Australia 200 cash indics opens at 9am on Monday mornings. However, in any charts I look at, the first interval for Monday is always 9:50am. Could someone please explain the difference here?

Thanks very much

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Hi. I trade the Aus200 Index too, and I m from Singapore. The trading day starts at 7am our time,

as seen by the 1-pip spread. Where re you from, Trenna? Sydney? Do note the Daylight Savings Time too. 

It would be best to check with someone from IG in your State in Aust. Cheers!

 

 

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17 hours ago, trenna said:

Hi there,

I use the IG Australia platform, and the website says that the Australia 200 cash indics opens at 9am on Monday mornings. However, in any charts I look at, the first interval for Monday is always 9:50am. Could someone please explain the difference here?

Thanks very much

The ASX operates on Sydney time and pre-market opens at 7am while trading opens at 10am but IG opens for trading at 9:50 though with a higher than normal spread. IG also allows for trading after ASX close at 4pm right through to 8am but again with a higher spread.

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