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Forex Trading Hours
Intrument Trading Hours
EURUSD, GBPUSD, USDJPY, USDCAD etc. 00:00 - 23:59 (Weekdays)
USDRUB 10:10 - 21:00 (Weekdays)
Commodities Trading Hours
Intrument Trading Hours
USOIL 01:00 - 23:59 (Weekdays)
UKOIL 03:00 - 23:59 (Weekdays)
NATGAS 01:00 - 23:59 (Weekdays)
Indices Trading Hours
Intrument Trading Hours
DOW30 01:00 - 23:15, 23:30 - 23:59 (Weekdays)
NAS100 01:00 - 23:15, 23:30 - 23:59 (Weekdays)
SPX500 01:00 - 23:15, 23:30 - 23:59 (Weekdays)
UK100 03:00 - 23:00 (Weekdays)
GER40 03:15 - 23:00 (Weekdays)
EU50 03:15 - 23:00 (Weekdays)
FRA40 09:00 - 23:00 (Weekdays)
ESP35_Aug 09:00 - 21:00 (Weekdays)
ITA40_Sep 09:05 - 23:55 (Weekdays)
Shares Trading Hours
Intrument Trading Hours
(AMAZON, ALIBABA, APPLE, BEYOND, BOEING
BOFA, CATERPILLAR, CISCO, DISNEY, EBAY
EXXONMOBIL, FACEBOOK, GOOGLE, JNJ, JPMORGAN
LMT, MICROSOFT, NETFLIX, PHIZER, TESLA, WAL-MART)
16:30 - 23:00 (Weekdays)
(ADIDAS, BMW, DAIMLER, DEUTSCBANK, LVMH, SIEMENS) 10:00 - 21:00 (Weekdays)
Cryptocurrencies Trading Hours
Intrument Trading Hours
BTCUSD, ETHUSD, XRPUSD, BCHUSD, BITUSD ,LTCUSD etc 7 / 24
Metals Trading Hours
Intrument Trading Hours
XAU, XAG, XPD, XPT 01:00 - 23:59 (Weekdays)
COPPER 01:00 - 23:59 (Weekdays)

Trading hours may change on public holidays and due to unexpected market conditions, such as volatility. For the latest information on trading hours for your selected instruments, refer to your MT5 terminal.

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Trading Hours FAQs

Trading hours play a crucial role in determining the availability and liquidity of financial instruments, affecting trading strategies, execution speeds, and overall market dynamics.

  • Volatility: Market volatility tends to vary throughout trading hours, with higher levels often observed during opening and closing times when trading activity is typically elevated.
  • Liquidity: Liquidity levels can fluctuate during different trading sessions, impacting the ease of buying and selling assets. Traders should consider liquidity conditions when planning their trading activities to avoid potential slippage or difficulty executing orders.
  • Overnight Positions: Understanding trading hours is particularly important for traders holding positions overnight, as market conditions can change significantly during non-trading hours, potentially affecting the value of their investments.

Time zone differences can impact trading hours, especially for traders operating in different regions or countries.

  • Overlap Periods: Overlap periods occur when multiple financial markets are open simultaneously due to time zone differences. These periods typically result in increased trading activity and liquidity as traders from different regions engage in transactions.
  • Global Trading: The rise of electronic trading platforms has facilitated global trading, allowing investors to participate in markets around the clock. However, traders need to be mindful of time zone differences and market hours to effectively manage their positions and exposure.
  • Daylight Saving Time: Daylight Saving Time changes can further complicate trading hours, as certain regions may adjust their clocks differently. Traders should be aware of these changes to avoid confusion and ensure accurate timing of trades.

Trading hours can vary significantly depending on the financial market, geographical location, and the type of asset being traded.

  • Stock Markets: Stock markets typically operate during regular business hours, which may vary by country and exchange. Some stock exchanges also offer extended trading hours for certain securities.
  • Forex Market: The forex market operates 24 hours a day, five days a week, due to its global nature. However, trading activity may vary depending on the session (Asian, European, or North American), with peak trading hours occurring when multiple sessions overlap.
  • Commodity Markets: Commodity markets have specific trading hours determined by the exchange on which the commodities are traded. These hours may vary depending on the commodity and the exchange's operating hours.
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