Extended trading hours for major US shares

The US reporting season kicks off today, so to give you the trading edge we've made US companies even more accessible.

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We have extended our market opening times for the companies below, quoting from 8pm to 12pm Monday to Thursday and 8pm Friday to 9am Saturday (AEDT).

These particular shares will appear under the 'Shares – US (All Sessions)' folder in the Finder on our trading platform.

Key companies to watch this reporting season

We've already extended the market opening times for these companies reporting in January:

Apple Inc, expected 27 January
Bank of America Corp, 15 January
Facebook Inc, expected 29 January
Google Inc, expected 30 January

Keep in touch with results as they happen

Take advantage of our extended US markets during this significant period of trading, knowing that you have the results at your fingertips. Our economic calendar lists company earnings, among many other financial events, as they happen; it’s just another way we ensure you have the edge.

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Please note: normal margin requirements apply during the extended hours. Please make sure you have sufficient funds in your account to cover any open positions on these markets, as stops, limits and orders to open can be triggered during these times.

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