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Long position overnight fee

Long position overnight fee


Margin. Your investment $1,000.00
Overnight fee -0.02526 %
Charges from full value of position ($-50.52)
Trade size with leverage ~ $200,000.00
Money from leverage ~ $199,000.00

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Short position overnight fee

Short position overnight fee


Margin. Your investment $1,000.00
Overnight fee 0.003343 %
Charges from full value of position ($6.69)
Trade size with leverage ~ $200,000.00
Money from leverage ~ $199,000.00

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Overnight fee time 22:00 (UTC)
Min traded quantity 0.01
Currency GBP
Margin 0.5%
Stock exchange United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Commission on trade 0%

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Date Close Change Change (%) Open High Low
Feb 22, 2024 7664.7 7.8 0.10% 7656.9 7669.5 7656.2
Feb 21, 2024 7656.8 -58.3 -0.76% 7715.1 7724.5 7621.1
Feb 20, 2024 7715.2 -7.6 -0.10% 7722.8 7749.5 7701.4
Feb 19, 2024 7723.0 19.7 0.26% 7703.3 7741.6 7687.9
Feb 18, 2024 7703.2 3.5 0.05% 7699.7 7705.5 7699.0
Feb 16, 2024 7693.3 73.5 0.96% 7619.8 7721.9 7615.7
Feb 15, 2024 7619.9 58.0 0.77% 7561.9 7626.6 7560.3
Feb 14, 2024 7562.2 78.8 1.05% 7483.4 7591.5 7482.0
Feb 13, 2024 7483.5 -97.8 -1.29% 7581.3 7585.6 7462.9
Feb 12, 2024 7581.2 -8.2 -0.11% 7589.4 7593.1 7553.5
Feb 11, 2024 7589.1 -0.1 -0.00% 7589.2 7590.5 7586.2
Feb 9, 2024 7589.1 -20.9 -0.27% 7610.0 7611.7 7556.6
Feb 8, 2024 7610.1 -27.9 -0.37% 7638.0 7651.3 7588.8
Feb 7, 2024 7637.9 -55.7 -0.72% 7693.6 7708.7 7625.5
Feb 6, 2024 7693.5 69.5 0.91% 7624.0 7699.4 7617.7
Feb 5, 2024 7624.1 -4.3 -0.06% 7628.4 7669.0 7595.6
Feb 4, 2024 7628.6 -1.0 -0.01% 7629.6 7631.2 7624.2
Feb 2, 2024 7625.0 -33.6 -0.44% 7658.6 7684.0 7608.4
Feb 1, 2024 7658.7 41.0 0.54% 7617.7 7673.6 7598.8
Jan 31, 2024 7617.6 -41.7 -0.54% 7659.3 7689.5 7603.0

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UK 100

Always stay on top of the latest UK100 price with our live chart.

The Financial Times Stock Exchange 100 Index, also known as the UK 100 or the Footsie, is a list of 100 of the UK’s top companies by market capitalisation. The majority of its members are so-called ‘blue chip’ companies – high performing companies that offer quality products and services. The index is analysed and composed by the FTSE Group, a subsidiary of the London Stock Exchange.

The index is one of the UK’s most influential indicators of prosperity for the UK business sector, despite the fact that the majority of its members are internationally-focused companies.

Launched in 1984 as a joint venture of the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and the Financial Times, the FTSE 100 represents one of the oldest UK indices. Its early years’ success sparked the foundation of further FTSE indices, such as the FTSE 250 and FTSE 350. In total, the UK 100 index accounts for 81% of full market capitalisation.

Overall, the Footsie 100 graph has progressively grown over time, rising over 9% since 1999. This growth has been marked by significant periods of highs and lows.

During the ‘dot com’ boom, the FTSE 100 reached a peak of 6,930.2 (30 December 1999), though the economic crisis of the 2000s meant this high remained unsurpassed until March 2015. 15 years later, it broke the 7,000 mark, indicating the economic recovery and growth of its top performers.

The end of December 2017 brought a new level for the FTSE 100 graph – hitting 7,603.98 points – despite the ongoing Brexit negotiations set to affect the UK economy.

The index’s lowest point occurred on 5 March 2009 – the peak of the global economic crisis. However, its worst fall, known as Black Monday, occurred on 20 October 1987, when the index fell 12.22% – a total of 250.7 points.

Constituents of the FTSE 1000 are decided on a quarterly basis – usually March, June, September and December. Once the list of FTSE companies is set for the next quarter, the values of each company are then updated on the index every 15 seconds during trading hours.

Over the past 20 years, the index experienced many changes. The top 3 performers are: HSBC, BP (British Petroleum), and GlaxoSmithKline (Glaxo Holdings)

The FTSE 100 is traded on the London Stock Exchange under the ticker UK100. Get the latest UK100 chart data and trade on the FTSE 100 share price with Capital.com.

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Meta Platforms (META) reports its Q4 results after Wall Street’s closing bell on February 1, 2024. We preview what to expect from the results and analyse the stock’s technicals.

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