The Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEX) has announced that trading will be suspended due to the threat of Compassu huricane rising to level 8. "Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEX) has announced that trading in the After-Hours Trading session will be suspended at 5:35 PM, due to the issuance of Typhoon Signal No. 8", — according to HKEX website.
Thereby, trading CFDs on CHN_H50 and HK50 is temporarily suspended, all transactions on these instruments are switched to the "Close only" mode.
Trading CFDs on CHN_H50 and HK50 will resume when HKEX decides to return to regular trading sessions.
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