CFD Interest Rates (Futures)
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|Interest Rate||Symbol||Spread||IM Factor (Margin Req)||Trading Hours||Contract Months||Last Dealing Day||Basis of Settlement||Min / Max Size||Tick Factor†||Currency||Example Price||Last Update
|Australia 30 Day Interbank||2YIBxx ||2 + underlying futures spread||0.002||
08:34 - 16:30 and 17:14 - 07:00 Sydney time (Saturday close 07:00) (US daylight saving time)|
08:34 - 16:30 and 17:14 - 07:30 Sydney time (Saturday close 07:30) (US non daylight saving time)
Underlying's last trade date at 16:30 Sydney time.
Official SFE settlement price on GFTs last day of dealing|
|1 / 500||0.01||AUD ||92.705||08/06/2011
7:00 - 21:00
Mar, Jun, Sep, Dec
Underlying's last trade date at 10:00 London Time.
NYSE Liffe London official Exchange Delivery Settlement Price (EDSP)
||1 / 500||0.01||EUR ||99.248||08/06/2011
|Short Sterling Futures||FSSxx ||2||0.002||
7:30 - 18:00
Mar, Jun. Sep, Dec
Underlying's last trade date at 11:00 London Time.
Euronext.LIFFE official settlement price on GFTs last day of dealing
||1 / 500||0.01||GBP ||95.5||08/06/2011
† Tick Factor = the price increment representing 1 whole trading unit, by which P&L and both initial and variation margin is calculated. For non-FX CFDs, the Notional Value of your underlying transaction is Price * Number of CFDs/Tick Factor.
GFT Symbols use the following format: Symbol Root + Month Code + Year final digit
Month codes are as follows: Jan F; Feb G; Mar H; Apr J; May K; June M; July N; Aug Q; Sep U; Oct V; Nov X; Dec Z
E,g, Brent Crude Oil June 2009 would use the symbol LCOM9
Minimum / Maximum Trade Sizes
Maximum trading sizes vary according to underlying liquidity, market conditions and whether the underlying market is classed as being quoted by GFT Global Markets as "out of hours", i.e. outside of regular trading hours.
The market information sheets indicate the usual minimum and maximum trading sizes in GBP; currency equivalents apply for non-GBP accounts, or when trading on markets denominated in a currency other than GBP.
Restrictions may be applied to maximum trade sizes whether opening or closing.
The lot size of the corresponding underlying market is provided for your information, as a guide to minimum market trading size.
When you trade CFDs you are always trading the in "base" currency of the underlying market. E.g. if you trade a US share, you are trading in US dollars per one cent movement.
Times shown are GFT Global Markets' usual times for trading a market; these may vary e.g. on market holidays and where daylight saving applies.
Our normal dealing hours are from 17:00 Sunday to17:00 Friday Eastern Time.
The spreads shown may vary according to underlying market liquidity, or in "fast markets."
Disclaimer: Trading spot forex, CFDs, and spread bets is risky and not suitable for everyone. All of these products (excluding Binary CFDs and Binary Spread Bets) are leveraged, and you can lose more than your initial deposit. Don't trade more than you can afford to lose.
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