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Trading Conditions Guide

  1. Spreads are the difference between the bid and ask price for a financial instrument. The average spreads indicated here are calculated throughout the day. The calculation of average spreads are taken on the quarterly basis. Spreads tend to be narrower under normal market conditions. However, spreads may widen as a result of important news announcements, during political uncertainty, because of unexpected events that can lead to volatile market conditions, or at the close of the business day, or at the weekends when liquidity is lower. When you trade, the company is not your counter-party (market maker), instead of it the company forwards execution of your trades on 3rd party liquidity provider. The liquidity provider for trades execution is taken on the solely discretion decision of the company based on the best prices, exposure of the clients assets within the same party e.t.c.
  2. If you leave an open position for the next trading day, you pay or you obtain a certain amount, calculated on the basis of the interest rates difference of two currencies in currency pair, plus the broker's markup. This operation is called "swap." The trading terminal automatically converts " swap " into the deposit currency. The operation is conducted at 00.00 (GMT+1 time zone, please note DST may apply) and can take several minutes. Triple swaps are charged on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday - depending on asset class and/or instrument - to account for the weekend.
  3. The company reserves the right to expand spread according to its discretion, reduce leverage, set the maximum limit of orders and the total client exposure.
  4. The company also reserves the right to increase margin in those situations when the market conditions require so.
  5. Fees are stated per one side deal. When you trade CFDs, the position can be considered as closed if there is no active trades by taken instrument.
  6. When client has open position by CFDs on stocks, or indices and companies are paying dividends, client's accounts are subject to cash adjustments being equivalent to net (long positions are subject to a plus cash adjustment, short positions are subject to a minus cash adjustment) or gross dividend. Spin-offs are handled in a similar way, as a cash adjustment is based on market price when listing of spun-off stocks starts.
  7. The company offers flexible transaction size throughout all of its trading platforms. The minimum size per specific instrument can be seen in the platform. In addition, whenever the markets are open, our trading desk is available to assist you in placing orders, including transaction sizes greater than the ones available in the platforms.
  8. Information about spreads, swaps and commission should be used for informative purposes only. The only venue for the actual trading fees information should be considered the trading terminal.
  9. Trading hours GMT+1 time zone, please note DST may apply.

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