Forex Trading Spreads and Conditions
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The average spreads shown here are calculated on a daily bases. They tend to be narrower under normal market conditions. However, spreads may widen following important news announcements and governmental decisions, during political uncertainty, unexpected events leading to volatile market conditions or at the closing or opening of the financial market and on weekends when liquidity is lower. When you trade with us we act as your counter-party. Your trades are matched and any next exposure above predefined thresholds is hedged through our partner banks (liquidity providers) at the current market spread. However, during volatile and illiquid market conditions our liquidity providers quote larger than normal spreads. At such times FXLinkPro is forced to pass on some of the spread or cover them in order to insure low spreads to our clients depending on the market movement or situation.
* Minimum level for placing Stop Loss and Take Profit orders depend on the current market price.
Margin requirements for CFDs is calculated : Lots * Contract Size * Opening Price * Margin Percentage and not based on the
leverage of your FXLinkPro Global Account
Calendar dates are expressive and are subject to change.
CFDs on Cash Indices are subject to dividend adjustments. When a holder of index security pays dividends to its shareholders, dividend adjustments will be made to the trading accounts of clients who hold a position on the index at 00:00 GMT+0 time zone (note that Day Light Saving may apply) on the ex-dividend rate. CFDs on future indices are not subject to dividend adjustments.
Dividend Adjustment = Index dividend declared x position size in lots.
Dividend Adjustment = Index dividend declared x position size in lots
Equity indices or stock indices are actual stock market indexes, which measure a segment or in other terms a section of the stock market, equity indices or sometimes called stock indices in other terms are computed from the prices of selected stocks (Usually a weighted average), they are used as a tool by investors and financial managers to compute and describe the stock market and to compare the return on investment on specific investments.
The classification and purpose of indices is to follow and represent the world or global stock market, indices are in general the total computed amount of the stock market placed under one stock indices such as dow jones, S&P 500, NASDAQ and FTSE 100,, However, since the stock indices are composed of multiple stocks of companies they can be a ected by a huge move of a specific company or a specific sectore of trade.
Below are categories of the very popular indices traded today:
The S&P500 (US500) stock market index is a leading indicator of US equities, and is one of the most frequently used
and traded indices for the US stock market as a whole segment, it covers about 75% of the United States equity market by
The main NASDAQ index is the NASDAQ devision, with the subset NASDAQ 100 (US100) that consists of 107
equity securities issued by the 107 most powerful non-financial companies listed on the NASDAQ Stock Exchange.
DJIA (US30), the second oldest stock market index in the United States after the Dow Jones, showing the performance
of 30 major American companies in the stock market. It is calculated by the DJIA Divisor by dividing the total sum of all prices of
all 30 stocks that it represents.
The FTSE 100 (UK100) stock index stands for Financial Times Stock Exchange 100 Index, encompassing the 100
companies with the highest market capitalization listed on the London Stock Exchange.
The ASX 200 (AUS200) index is a market-capitalization weighted stock market index of stocks listed on the
Australian Securities Exchange, it belongs to the world’s top 15 exchange groups with an average turnover of $4.685 billion daily.
The index segments and classifies stocks listed on the Australian Stock Exchange.
The Nikkei 225 (JP225), commonly known as Nikkei, is a stock index of the Tokyo Stock Exchange, world’s third
largest stock exchange with a market capitalization of US$4.09 trillion.
The HIS (HK50), Hang Seng Index, is a market capitalization-weighted stock market index that follows the daily
changes of the 50 largest companies at Asia’s second (and the world’s sixth) largest stock exchange in Hong Kong Stock Market
DAX (GER30), which stands for Deutscher Aktienindex, is the principal German stock market index representative of
the 30 major companies that trade on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. It is classified as the blue chip index in terms of quality and
The French benchmark stock market index CAC 40 (FRA40) stands for Cotation Assistée en Continu, it represents
the top 40 values of the 100 highest market-capitalization company stocks traded on the French securities market Euronext Paris,
is the second largest exchange in Europe.