Scheduled Maintenance of the Trading Platform:  January 29, 2024, from 22:15 to 22:25 GMT+2

At FXGlobe, we are committed to providing you with the best possible trading experience.

To ensure the continued performance and reliability of our platform, we will be performing scheduled maintenance of the MetaTrader 4 platform and a system upgrade.

Maintenance Window: 

January 29, 2024, 22:15 to 22:25 GMT+2

Affected Platforms:

This will affect the desktop application, mobile application, and WebTrader.

What to Expect:

While we strive to keep interruptions to a minimum, there will be a temporary disruption in our services with the possibility of multiple brief downtimes. Please note that the MetaTrader 4 trading platforms will be unavailable for approximately 2 minutes each time the system undergoes maintenance.

Our team is dedicated to completing the upgrades as swiftly as possible to minimize the impact on your trading activities.


To ensure a smooth trading experience, we recommend refraining from initiating trades during the specified maintenance window.

We appreciate your understanding and patience during this essential maintenance.

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