The market spread refers to the gap between the bid on the buy side of the price and the ask on the sell side. Market forces causing changes to the level of volatility and trading volumes can have an immediate impact on the width of the market spread.
Our market spreads are published as typical market spreads during the major trading sessions. Please note that out of hours and in periods of high volatility, our spreads may change.
Yes, Exinity offers swap-free accounts. Some traders prefer this due to religious beliefs. This means that we will not charge you swaps for seven days after you open a position on a swap-free account. After seven days, you will be charged swap-free fees.
To find out more about swap free accounts, please reach out to customer support or your account manager.
When trading a leveraged financial product, you have agreed to borrow funds with a view to multiply the total value of your trading position. This will magnify both the profits and the losses of any subsequent price changes.
Our trading products are displayed as ratios. As an example, some CFDs (Contracts for Difference) on equity products are shown with Leverage of 1:5 - This means for every 5 USD of trade value, we will move 1 USD onto the margin value of your trading account.