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Clients of FXCM LTD. can trade Stock Indices, Oil, and Precious Metals from their FXCM Trading Station using CFDs. CFD stands for Contract for Difference. CFDs are specialised and popular Over The Counter (OTC) financial products that allow traders to…

FXCM uses a "lot-based" trading system. This allows our platform to aggregate all client positions into standardised trade sizes, simplifying the process of trading in several different markets on one account. It also allows the platform to track profits and…

Like most markets, traders can experience slippage when trading CFDs. The level of slippage experienced will depend on liquidity in the market and the position size.

Energy CFDs, which include UK Oil, US Oil, and NGAS have a monthly expiration. Treasury CFDs, like Bund, have a quarterly expiration. Copper, the only metal with an expiration, expires every two months. All other CFD contracts will be treated…

The hours for each CFD are determined by FXCM's Trading Desk based on the schedule for trading on the exchange for the underlying market, commodity, or asset. A CFD can only be traded during its designated trading time Please refer…

CFD prices are derived from the underlying index or spot product. For FXCM Ltd. Index CFD products, the quoted price is based on the relevant futures price minus a commonly used Fair Value. For Commodity CFD products, the price is…

Yes, margin requirements can periodically change to account for changes in market volatility and currency exchange rates. Any margin changes will be shown in the MMR column in the Simple Dealing Rates window of the Trading Station. Please be advised…

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