Trading Hours

Trade Online with Swissquote from Monday Sydney Opening until Friday New York Closing.

  • Swissquote customers can trade spot foreign exchange online via our trading platforms 24 hours from Sunday 23:00 CET to Friday 23:00 CET.
  • Gold, Silver, Palladium and Platinum trading is available from 0.00 CET till 22.55 CET on each weekday.
  • USDRUB trading is available from 08.30 CET till 17.30 CET on each weekday.
  • Commodities trading is available from 00:02 CET till 22:58 CET on each weekday.
  • Stock Index trading is available from 08:00 CET till 22:00 CET on each weekday.
  • Swissquote maintains a 24 hours dealing desk from Sunday 23:00 CET to Friday 23:00 CET. The default language spoken is English. Although many of our dealers can however also execute transactions in French, Spanish, German, Arabic, and Turkish.
  • To reach our FX-Trading desk please call +41 22 999 94 76.
  • Detailed Trading hours for all products
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Trading foreign exchange, spot precious metals and any other product on the Forex platform involves significant risk of loss and may not be suitable for all investors. Prior to opening an account with Swissquote, consider your level of experience, investment objectives, assets, income and risk appetite. The possibility exists that you could sustain a loss of some or all of your initial investment and therefore you should not speculate, invest or hedge with capital you cannot afford to lose, that is borrowed or urgently needed or necessary for personal or family subsistence. You should be aware of all the risks associated with foreign exchange trading, and seek advice from an independent financial advisor if you have any doubts.