Margin requirements change
Please pay your attention to the following changes in the trading conditions that come into force starting from the beginning of trading session at 2018/03/12:
The USA switches to summer time at 2018/03/11 and due to this CFD ETF, US CFD for futures, US stocks will be available for trading in one hour before opening and closing of the sessions.
CFD Stock and CFD on ETF: opening at 15:30 - closing 22:00 (EET)
Metals: break in trading from 23:00 to 00:00 (EET)
Oil WTI: break in trading from 23:00 to 00:00 (EET)
Brent Oil: break in trading from 23:00 to 02:00 (EET)
In addition to this the trading time of the following instruments is to be changed for 1 hour: # USA500, # USA100, # USA30, ZN, ZB, YM, NQ, GF, CFD Currencies, CFD Energies, CFD Softs, CFD Metals, CFD Grains.
During this period Forex trading will be available from 00:00 on Monday to 23:00 on Friday.
The timetable is indicated using Eastern European time EET (GMT + 2).
Keep in mind that starting from 2018/03/25 the trading schedule returns to normal mode and the trading server time will be changed. The notification of the following changes will be sent later additionally.
The margin requirements for all CFD contracts for futures are to be changed. The new values are indicated HERE
New margin requirements will be applied for both open and new positions. In case of insufficient balance to hold the positions opened after the margin requirement changes come into force, all opened positions on the trading account will be closed automatically at current market prices. We kindly ask you to be more committed to your positions and their margin levels.
Each contract in the table provided has a direct link to the stock market specification, where you can make sure that our margin requirements and exchange requirements are comparative values.
At our end we will continue to provide the opportunity to trade fractional CFD for futures at the exchange prices.
The changes will come into effect starting from the beginning of general trading session on March 12, 2018.
Please consider this information during the trading planning