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Long position overnight fee

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Margin. Your investment $1,000.00
Overnight fee -0.018449 %
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Trade size with leverage ~ $100,000.00
Money from leverage ~ $99,000.00

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Short position overnight fee

Short position overnight fee


Margin. Your investment $1,000.00
Overnight fee 0.010229 %
Charges from full value of position ($10.23)
Trade size with leverage ~ $100,000.00
Money from leverage ~ $99,000.00

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Overnight fee time 21:00 (UTC)
Min traded quantity 0.1
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Margin 1%
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Date Close Change Change (%) Open High Low
Sep 26, 2023 907.75 -4.60 -0.50% 912.35 912.95 907.25
Sep 25, 2023 912.20 -13.75 -1.48% 925.95 927.30 909.60
Sep 24, 2023 926.00 -2.00 -0.22% 928.00 929.05 925.95
Sep 22, 2023 927.20 4.90 0.53% 922.30 941.70 922.15
Sep 21, 2023 922.25 -1.35 -0.15% 923.60 927.50 912.95
Sep 20, 2023 923.70 -16.95 -1.80% 940.65 945.00 922.95
Sep 19, 2023 940.60 5.05 0.54% 935.55 950.90 930.40
Sep 18, 2023 935.50 7.10 0.76% 928.40 938.20 926.75
Sep 17, 2023 928.35 0.60 0.06% 927.75 928.85 927.05
Sep 15, 2023 927.15 19.25 2.12% 907.90 931.10 907.90
Sep 14, 2023 907.95 6.60 0.73% 901.35 912.20 896.80
Sep 13, 2023 901.30 -9.40 -1.03% 910.70 912.00 895.95
Sep 12, 2023 910.80 10.45 1.16% 900.35 913.65 892.95
Sep 11, 2023 900.30 3.85 0.43% 896.45 906.30 894.90
Sep 10, 2023 896.15 3.05 0.34% 893.10 896.30 891.65
Sep 8, 2023 892.85 -15.30 -1.68% 908.15 912.00 890.65
Sep 7, 2023 907.30 -4.35 -0.48% 911.65 915.75 898.85
Sep 6, 2023 911.85 -18.10 -1.95% 929.95 930.90 905.90
Sep 5, 2023 929.60 -23.80 -2.50% 953.40 953.75 924.00
Sep 4, 2023 953.45 -8.35 -0.87% 961.80 966.25 950.20

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Platinum

Browse our live chart to get all the information you need on the platinum price today

Platinum is a shiny white metal that is used for a variety of different reasons around the world. Today, this rare precious metal is one of the most expensive commodities available in the market. For decades, platinum has attracted international investors keen to diversify their portfolio and hedge against any financial uncertainty.

Based on the historical platinum price graph, the metal reached its record low of $87.70 in January 1972 and a record high of $2,290 in March 2008.

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As platinum is a precious metal, it is believed to be a safe-haven investment similar to gold. However, this is not always the case. The price of platinum relies heavily on the rules of supply and demand and thus, can be extremely volatile.

In times of economic turbulence, the platinum price tends to decrease in relation to gold, while during political stability and routine periods of market activity, it usually rises higher than the yellow metal. Although used as hedge by some and as jewellery for others, platinum’s value is closely correlated to the demand for its industrial usage.

While platinum is a precious metal, it is often used in a similar way to industrial metals, such as silver, copper or aluminium. The biggest market for platinum is the automotive industry, which currently accounts for up to 50 per cent of its total usage. The jewellery industry is the second-biggest consumer of the metal, using over 30 per cent of the platinum mined.

Other industrial applications of this precious metal include fuel cells, oxygen sensors, turbine engines, spark plugs, dentistry equipment, magnets and many more.

In times of weak economic performance, the demand for vehicles, heavy machinery and others powered by engines containing platinum decreases, so the platinum price consequently falls. Conversely, as industrial demand increases so does the metal’s price. Therefore, the platinum rate significantly relies on the wider performance of the global economy.

In regards to supply, experts suggest that platinum is about 15-20 times scarcer than gold, based on annual production. Its mining is primarily concentrated in one country – South Africa, which accounts for some three-quarters of the total production of the metal worldwide. Other major producers include Russia, Zimbabwe, the United States and Canada.

With Capital.com’s comprehensive platinum chart you can quickly find the latest platinum price and trace the historical value of the precious metal over the years.

News

USD/JPY Climbs Towards Key Highs

USDJPY’s powerful long-term uptrend has been reignited after last week’s sharply contrasting policy statements from the Federal Reserve and Bank of Japan.

11:32, 26 September 2023

EUR/USD tests key support

EUR/USD is currently testing a key support level after the Federal Reserve indicated a potential extension of higher interest rates.

14:32, 21 September 2023
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BoE leaves rates unchanged, GBP drops further as investors look for more clarity

The Bank of England has left rates unchanged at 5.25% with a 5-4 vote split after CPI dropped more than expected in August

11:45, 21 September 2023
British banknotes and coins photographed directly above. The coins are in a stack, placed on top of the banknotes.

GBP softer after CPI surprise, JPY focused on any further hints from Ueda

GBP drops after a softer CPI reading scares investors about the BoE intentions. JPY on the lookout for further policy tweaks from Governor Ueda.

12:42, 20 September 2023

How to Trade The Break & Retest

In this week's instalment, we delve into the Break & Retest pattern—a strategic approach to navigating breakout trades. If you've wrestled with the frustration of false breakouts, incorporating this pattern into your trading toolkit may help you overcome this challenge and put you on the path to becoming a more confident and consistent trader.

11:59, 20 September 2023

Cable coils near lows ahead of Fed and BoE rate decisions

It’s a big week for Cable (GBP/USD) as both the Federal Reserve and the Bank of England are set to make crucial rate decisions.

14:16, 19 September 2023

FTSE 100 Technical Outlook - 18 September 2023

In prior technical outlooks, we highlighted the importance of staying alert in sleepy markets, and last Thursday’s developments on the FTSE 100 serve as a prime illustration of this principle.

06:55, 19 September 2023

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