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Crude Oil

1D change


Today’s Bid/Ask Price 1.27305/1.27373

1D change 0.38%

0.067% capitalization

Today’s Bid/Ask Price 1.27305/1.27373

1D change 0.38%

0.067% capitalization
Name/Symbol Minimum Spreads Max Trade Size Margin Required Long Swap Value** Short Swap Value** Limit & Stop Levels
Crude Oil
14 5% 5% -3.96 -3.7 20
14 1/9 5% -3.96 -3.7 20

* Swap rates are calculated according to the stock currency’s relevant interbank rate. In the table above the swap values are indicative of the annual percentage. Long positions are charged with the relevant interbank rate plus a mark-up, and short positions receive the rate minus a mark-up. The operation is conducted at 00:00 GMT+2 time zone (note that DST may apply), and can take several minutes. From Wednesday to Thursday swap is charged for three days.

** Min. level for placing pending orders at a current market price.

Margin requirements may be subject to change before earnings announcements and/or any corporate action.

The margin requirement for CFDs is calculated like this : Lots * Contract Size * Opening Price * Margin Percentage and not based on the leverage of your trading account.

Calendar dates are indicative and are subject to change.

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Going short/long according to market moves
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About Commodities Trading

Investing in contract-based tradable goods is a reliable means of risk mitigation even during times of inflation or economic uncertainty, ensuring both the contract buyer and seller against drastic price movements that may cause increased losses.

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Currencies are bought and sold in pairs on the Forex market, referred to as currency pairs, where one currency is used to buy another.

Pairs have been created as a way to compare the various options and understand them in relation to each other. Currently, one of the most popular currency pairings is EUR/USD.

In each pair, the first currency is the base and the second currency is referred to as the counter. So in the EUR/USD example given above, you are using USD to purchase EUR, regardless of the currency your trading account is in.

When trading the currency, your broker will convert your existing currency into USD, and then use that to buy EUR. When buying a currency pairing, you take what is known as a "long position," and when selling you take a "short position."

It is important to have an understanding of the current climate of the currency market. If you believe people are going to sell bitcoin, for example, then this will bring the price down in relation to the USD.

We provide regularly updated information on many popular pairings, and we include the popular Bitcoin cryptocurrency in this currency index.

The majority of Forex traders focus on the following currency pairs: EUR/USD, USD/JPY, GBP/USD, and USD/CHF are the main four, followed by USD/CAD, AUD/USD and NZD/USD. All other pairs are just different combinations of the same currencies.