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2015年12月24日聖誕節(Christmas)假期﹐交易時段如下:
12月24日 收盤時間:17:00(格林威治時間)
開盤時間:12月27日 23:00(格林威治時間)

2016年1月1日元旦日(New Year Day)假期﹐交易時段如下:
12月31日 收盤時間:21:30(格林威治時間)
開盤時間:1月3日 23:00(格林威治時間)

2015年11月1日北美洲改行冬令時間﹐交易時段如下:
開盤時間:星期日 23:00(格林威治時間)
收盤時間:星期五 21:30(格林威治時間)
NEW Hudson Global Capital Online Trading
General, 15th October 2008 (0930hrs GMT) - Hudson Global Capital has completed upgrading its current Etrade (internet trading platform) to a more robust, secure and faster system with an improved user interface. You will also enjoy better interactivity and enhanced reliability.

Please take note of the following:

- All existing Etrade online customers would have previously received a notification containing their new User ID by June 2007. Please feel free to email us at info@hudsongc.com or click to speak to our online Service Advisor for any further clarification on the migration process.

- The current Etrade online trading portal will be decommissioned and taken out of production on 29th October 2008.

- If you have opened your Etrade account after 19 August 2007, you will not be affected by this migration process as your account will be opened in the new system.

- During this migration period, our helpdesk may experience an overwhelming volume of enquiries. If you have difficulty contacting through, please drop us an email and we will get back to you promptly.
Mid-Day Report: Dollar Higher Against Euro, Lower Vs Yen, FOMC Minutes Next - 14:08 2017/02/22
Dollar strengthens against European majors and Canadian Dollar today. But the greenback weakens against commodity currencies and Yen. Focus is turning to FOMC minutes. The minutes could reveal that FOMC members are more comfortable on the path of growth and inflation. But there's probably nothing new other than that. In
Daily Report: Stocks Hit New Records, Dollar Limited by Yields Again - 04:15 2017/02/22
US indices closed at new record highs again as led by defense and energy sectors. In particular, WTI crude oil surged to as high as 54.68 and is showing sign of range breakout. That helped lift DJIA up 118.95 or 0.58% to close at 20743.00. S&P 500 gained 14.22 pts
Mid-Day Report: Dollar Surges Broadly as Hawkish Fedspeaks Finally Having an Effect - 14:28 2017/02/21
Dollar surges broadly today as US markets are back from holiday. There is finally some support from hawkish Fedspeaks. Philadelphia Fed president Patrick Harker is quoted today saying that he would "not take March off the table" for rate hike. He maintained that three hikes this year is "appropriate" depending
Daily Report: Aussie Range Round Despite Upbeat RBA Minutes - 04:57 2017/02/21
Aussie stays in right range against the greenback despite the relatively update RBA minutes. The minutes showed that the central bank expected recovery in the global economy to list resources exports. And, "the higher terms of trade represented a boost to national income, which provided some upside risks to the
Daily Report: Forex Markets Tread Water With Focus on FOMC Minutes and Trump - 05:29 2017/02/20
The forex markets are generally staying in range as another week starts. FOMC minutes will be the main focus of the week. Recent comments from Fed officials were generally hawkish, maintaining the general view of three rate hikes this year. And there are some comments that raised the probability of
Weekly Review and Outlook: Sentiments Dragged Down by Rising Frexit Risk - 10:46 2017/02/18
While US equities surged to new record high last week, other markets didn't follow. Dollar ended mixed in spite of a chorus of hawkish comments from Fed officials, including chair Janet Yellen. A batch of stronger than expected data also provided little support to the greenback. Instead, Dollar was dragged
Mid-Day Report: Sterling Tumbles on Retail Sales Miss, Yen Jumps - 12:58 2017/02/17
Sterling comes under much selling pressure today after disappointing data. Retail sales unexpectedly dropped -0.3% mom in January versus expectation of 1.0% rise. The pound is set to end the week as the weakest major currency after a string of weak data. That includes the CPI miss released on Tuesday
Daily Report: Pull Back in Treasury Yields Dragged Down Dollar - 07:09 2017/02/17
The reversal in treasury yield dragged down the greenback again overnight. 10 year yield closed down -0.052 to 2.450 while 30 yield yield dropped -0040 to close at 3.051. The dollar index is now back at 100.50 after hitting as high as 101.76 earlier this week. Dollar is now trading
Mid-Day Report: Dollar Receives No Support from Solid Economic Data - 13:51 2017/02/16
Dollar stays generally weak in early US session and receives no support from another round of solid economic data. Initial jobless claims rose 5k to 239k in the week ended February 11. But that was better than expectation of 245k. Continuing claims dropped 3k to 2.08m in the week ended
Daily Report: Dollar Decoupled from Stocks and Yield, Reversed Gains - 04:53 2017/02/16
Dollar jumped overnight on a string of solid economic data but quickly reversed. There were a chorus of hawkish comments from Fed officials. But those comments provided no support to the greenback. In the background, stocks extended recent record record with major indices showing upside acceleration. Treasury yields also strengthened