Forex Spreads - FXCM

Forex Spreads

Regardless of your execution type or platform, you can trade on FXCM’s low and competitive spreads.

What is a spread?

The cost of trading is the spread between the buy and the sell price, which is always displayed on your trading screen. For example, if the EUR/USD trades at a sell price of 1.28007 and a buy price of 1.28021, the difference (1.4) is the spread. If you're new to forex, you can learn forex transaction basics or register for FXCM's New to Forex Trading Guide.

Example Spread

FXCM Spreads

Below are spreads for some of FXCM’s most popular pairs.

Currency Pair Spreads
EUR/USD 1.5
AUD/USD 2.1
GBP/USD 2.3
GBP/JPY 3.4
NZD/USD 2.4
USD/JPY 1.5
USD/CHF 2.0
EUR/CHF 2.5
USD/CAD 2.5
EUR/GBP 2.2
EUR/JPY 2.5
AUD/JPY 2.4

Average Spreads: Time-weighted average spreads are derived from tradable prices at FXCM from April 1, 2016 to June 30, 2016. The spread figures are for informational purposes only. FXCM is not liable for errors, omissions or delays or for actions relying on this information.

Compensation: When executing customers' trades, FXCM can be compensated in several ways, which include, but are not limited to adding a markup to the spreads it receives from its liquidity providers and adding a markup to rollover. Under the Dealing Desk execution model, FXCM may act as a dealer and may receive additional compensation from trading.

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