Foreign exchange trading schedule

The most obvious difference between the foreign exchange market and other trading markets is the continuity in time and the unconstrained in space! In other words, the foreign exchange market is a 24-hour non-stop market. The main fluctuations and trading hours are from New Zealand on Monday to Chicago on Friday. There is also a small amount of foreign exchange trading in the Middle East over the weekend, but it can be basically ignored. It belongs to normal inter-bank exchange and is not usual speculation. So to sum up, the foreign exchange market is a continuous trading market.

It is well-known that there is a market that can be traded, but it does not mean that we have to trade. In the 24-hour foreign exchange market, each trading session has its own rules and characteristics, so we only need to understand its rules and take corresponding strategies at the appropriate time to greatly improve the success rate of trading and avoid trading risks.
Now I will tell you the 24-hour breakdown!


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