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Long position overnight fee

Long position overnight funding adjustment


Margin. Your investment $1,000.00
Overnight funding adjustment -0.026179 %
Charges from full value of position ($-52.36)
Trade size with leverage ~ $200,000.00
Money from leverage ~ $199,000.00

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Short position overnight fee

Short position overnight funding adjustment


Margin. Your investment $1,000.00
Overnight funding adjustment 0.003957 %
Charges from full value of position ($7.91)
Trade size with leverage ~ $200,000.00
Money from leverage ~ $199,000.00

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0.003957%
Overnight fee time 21:00 (UTC)
Min traded quantity 0.01
Currency USD
Margin 0.5%
Stock exchange United States of America
Commission on trade 0%

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Date Close Change Change (%) Open High Low
May 29, 2024 38730.2 -62.0 -0.16% 38792.2 38804.7 38729.2
May 28, 2024 38791.7 -302.3 -0.77% 39094.0 39126.9 38697.3
May 27, 2024 39093.5 66.2 0.17% 39027.3 39124.3 39002.3
May 26, 2024 39026.8 -38.0 -0.10% 39064.8 39077.3 39017.3
May 24, 2024 39056.8 1.0 0.00% 39055.8 39223.5 39012.7
May 23, 2024 39056.8 -568.4 -1.43% 39625.2 39785.8 39020.6
May 22, 2024 39624.7 -269.4 -0.68% 39894.1 39910.6 39552.4
May 21, 2024 39896.1 102.7 0.26% 39793.4 39904.2 39777.9
May 20, 2024 39794.4 -251.5 -0.63% 40045.9 40079.5 39782.9
May 19, 2024 40046.4 22.9 0.06% 40023.5 40050.9 40018.0
May 17, 2024 39986.7 102.9 0.26% 39883.8 40013.1 39820.8
May 16, 2024 39883.3 -63.5 -0.16% 39946.8 40054.0 39839.3
May 15, 2024 39942.8 367.3 0.93% 39575.5 39951.3 39533.0
May 14, 2024 39571.0 118.5 0.30% 39452.5 39616.5 39291.5
May 13, 2024 39451.0 -55.6 -0.14% 39506.6 39656.0 39397.8
May 12, 2024 39506.1 50.0 0.13% 39456.1 39510.1 39452.1
May 10, 2024 39483.7 36.5 0.09% 39447.2 39581.7 39398.4
May 9, 2024 39446.7 398.6 1.02% 39048.1 39462.2 38950.4
May 8, 2024 39046.6 165.7 0.43% 38880.9 39094.5 38797.9
May 7, 2024 38880.4 28.9 0.07% 38851.5 38979.8 38833.5

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Originally launched by Charles Dow in 1896, the Dow Jones Industrial Average originally comprised only 12 companies. This number was increased to 20 stocks in 1916, followed by an expansion to 30 stocks in 1928. Initial components of the index included prominent names such as American Cotton Oil Company, General Electric (GE) and the Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad Company, heavy industrial companies that, at the time, played a prominent role in the economy.

Today, the Dow looks vastly different. Following General Electric’s removal from the index in 2018, not a single company that formed the original index remains. Names such as Apple (AAPL), Microsoft (MSFT), Visa (V) and Intel (INTC) have been added as technology has taken a more important role in our lives.

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PCE Index Preview: Forecasts point to no change in headline or core inflation from a month earlier

The markets continue to look for signals of disinflation in the United States. The latest PCE Index data, the US Federal Reserve’s preferred inflation gauge, is released on May 31, 2024.

12:44, 29 May 2024

Gold and Silver recover from last week’s pullback but face resistance ahead of US PCE

Gold and Silver move higher after last week’s pullbacks but the precious metals are struggling with resistance ahead of the US PCE release.

15:46, 28 May 2024

Copper price slumps as traders take profits, where to next?

Copper price drops over 5% on Thursday as traders take profits following the FOMC meeting minutes.

16:17, 24 May 2024

Market analysis: EUR/GBP driven by diverging policy expectations

The EURGBP is driven by the question: which cuts first, the ECB or the BOE? Currently, swaps markets (chart below) imply that it will be the ECB (blue line).

13:46, 24 May 2024

UK CPI Preview: Will inflation return to 2% as the BoE predicts? And how will it affect GBP?

The latest round of inflation data will be released at 22 April at 7 am BST and investors are likely going to be paying close attention.

15:44, 21 May 2024

Reserve Bank of New Zealand Preview: RBNZ could become more dovish as inflation eases and growth softens

The Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) meets on Wednesday, May 22, 2024. We preview what to expect from the meeting and its possible impact on the NZD/USD.

15:29, 21 May 2024

Nvidia Q1 Earnings Preview: Analysts forecast another blockbuster set of results

Nvidia (NVDA) reports its Q1 results after the closing bell on Wednesday, May 22nd. We preview what to expect from Nvidia’s earnings and analyse its stock's technicals.

14:57, 21 May 2024

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