Eggs, Rabbits, and No Trading «

Eggs, Rabbits, and No Trading



The Easter holidays start at the end of this week, and last for approximately four days. During the holidays, some markets are closed completely, some markets are closed some days but are open other days, and some markets have modified opening and closing times on several days.

The holiday schedules for every market can be found at the appropriate exchange web sites. If you are one of those traders that starts sweating and gasping for breath at the thought of keeping a trade active overnight (let alone over a holiday), then the holiday calendars can be used to make sure that you exit all of your trades before the holiday starts. If you are a professional trader, then the holiday calendars can be used to plan your four day holiday under the Moroccan sun. Either way, the following are the direct links to some of the exchanges’ holiday calendars:

 

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