CFD Expiration Dates

All CFDs have an expiration date, keep track of multiple assets across multiple sectors with this chart.

Trading InstrumentRoll over date
DollarIndex4-Sep
GER10YBond4-Sep
Sugar11-Sep

Trading CFDs carries risk and could result in the loss of your deposit, please trade wisely.

CFD instruments will be rolled over on the expiration dates as per the table below.

Please note that:
Positions open at 22:00 GMT on the expiration date will be adjusted via a swap charge or credit to reflect the difference in price between the expiring and new contracts.

Any existing pending order(s) (i.e. Stop Loss, Take Profit, Entry Stop or Entry Limit) placed on an expiring instrument will be removed.

To avoid CFD rollovers, clients can close their CFD positions before the expiration date.

Example

Rollover during change of contract for 1 lot Buy on Coffee, average spread is 10 pips and Swap is -1.829 point

 

 

Platform NameRoll over date
Cotton3-Apr
Cocoa3-Apr
Coffee3-Apr

Here are the calculations for swap amount:

 Charge   Calculation   Amount in USD               
CFD Rollovervolume*contract size*price difference3.500.00
SwapsSwaps*contract size*volume*days-18.29
Swaps totalCFD Rollover + Swaps + Spread Charge 3481.71
*Swaps charges are subject to change, please refer to our CFD’s list for updated values.
Risk Warning: CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. The vast majority of retail investors lose money when trading in CFDs. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.