Holiday Trading Schedule

The following are products trading time adjustment for the Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day.


CN3001st/2nd October 2020Closed
5th/6th/7th/8th October 2020Closed
9th October 2020Open
China501st/2nd October 2020Closed
5th/6th/7th/8th October 2020Closed
9th October 2020Open
HK501st/2nd October 2020Closed
5th October 2020Open

All Times are in GMT.

Last updated 25 September, 2020

Disclaimer: The information above is subject to change without notice due to unscheduled adjustment or liquidity issues.

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