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Long position overnight fee

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Margin. Your investment $1,000.00
Overnight funding adjustment -0.026235 %
Charges from full value of position ($-52.47)
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 0.004012 %
Charges from full value of position ($8.02)
Trade size with leverage ~ $200,000.00
Money from leverage ~ $199,000.00

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0.004012%
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
Jun 24, 2024 39086.0 -76.3 -0.19% 39162.3 39164.3 39051.5
Jun 23, 2024 39161.8 -18.5 -0.05% 39180.3 39187.3 39159.3
Jun 21, 2024 39166.8 23.8 0.06% 39143.0 39263.7 39056.4
Jun 20, 2024 39143.5 364.1 0.94% 38779.4 39243.0 38761.9
Jun 19, 2024 38779.9 -61.7 -0.16% 38841.6 38845.1 38753.4
Jun 18, 2024 38840.6 4.2 0.01% 38836.4 38945.9 38728.4
Jun 17, 2024 38835.4 276.5 0.72% 38558.9 38846.6 38424.4
Jun 16, 2024 38558.4 -3.0 -0.01% 38561.4 38575.9 38549.4
Jun 14, 2024 38531.7 -78.4 -0.20% 38610.1 38648.6 38280.6
Jun 13, 2024 38612.6 -82.7 -0.21% 38695.3 38727.3 38400.4
Jun 12, 2024 38696.3 -34.0 -0.09% 38730.3 39149.8 38614.3
Jun 11, 2024 38729.8 -88.5 -0.23% 38818.3 38877.1 38426.1
Jun 10, 2024 38819.3 30.3 0.08% 38789.0 38880.7 38660.1
Jun 9, 2024 38790.0 11.0 0.03% 38779.0 38833.0 38779.0
Jun 7, 2024 38791.2 -117.5 -0.30% 38908.7 39114.1 38648.4
Jun 6, 2024 38908.2 88.0 0.23% 38820.2 39008.0 38727.7
Jun 5, 2024 38819.7 49.4 0.13% 38770.3 38850.4 38550.2
Jun 4, 2024 38769.3 216.7 0.56% 38552.6 38789.3 38336.6
Jun 3, 2024 38553.1 -191.8 -0.50% 38744.9 38818.9 38241.2
Jun 2, 2024 38743.9 4.4 0.01% 38739.5 38757.9 38665.0

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Bank of England preview: no rate cut just yet despite CPI returning to 2%

The Bank of England (BoE) is widely expected to keep rates unchanged when it meets on Thursday. Analyst Daniela Harthorn looks at what this could mean

12:45, 18 June 2024

RBA Meeting Preview: No change to policy expected, markets look for fresh guidance

The Reserve Bank of Australia is expected to keep interest rates unchanged at 4.35% when it meets on Tuesday, June 18th, 2024, at 2:30 PM (AEST).

13:17, 17 June 2024

FOMC Decision Review: Rates unchanged as central bank raises inflation and interest rate forecasts

The FOMC left Federal Funds Rate unchanged at a target range of 5.25 to 5.50%.

10:55, 17 June 2024

Bank of Japan Preview: Markets look for guidance from BOJ about timing of next hike

The Bank of Japan meets on Friday, 14th of June, 2024. We preview what to expect from the BOJ decision and how it might impact the USD/JPY and Nikkei 225.

11:05, 12 June 2024

FOMC preview: Still expecting three rate cuts in 2024?

The Federal Reserve is expected to keep its policy unchanged on Wednesday – data from Reuters shows a 99% chance of no change. Last week’s 25-basis-point rate cut from the ECB has done nothing to change market expectations, and why should it?

08:20, 11 June 2024

US Non-Farm Payrolls Preview: Forecasts point to a stable labour market

US labour market conditions are expected to have remained stable in May. The latest Non-Farm Payrolls data will be released on Friday, June 7th, 2024, and will provide a health check on the US jobs market.

10:09, 5 June 2024

AUD/USD analysis: Focus turns to GDP data after unexpected CPI rise

Higher-than-expected monthly CPI data watered down expectations for RBA interest rate cuts in 2024; the markets will now shift attention to quarterly GDP data on Wednesday, June 5.

15:57, 4 June 2024

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