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Margin. Your investment $1,000.00
Overnight fee -0.026151 %
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Trade size with leverage ~ $200,000.00
Money from leverage ~ $199,000.00

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Short position overnight fee

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Margin. Your investment $1,000.00
Overnight fee 0.003929 %
Charges from full value of position ($7.86)
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 USD
Margin 0.5%
Stock exchange United States of America
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Date Close Change Change (%) Open High Low
Feb 23, 2024 39099.5 20.0 0.05% 39079.5 39110.5 39030.5
Feb 22, 2024 39079.0 464.5 1.20% 38614.5 39155.3 38611.0
Feb 21, 2024 38614.0 46.9 0.12% 38567.1 38676.7 38335.3
Feb 20, 2024 38568.1 1.0 0.00% 38567.1 38661.4 38451.1
Feb 19, 2024 38568.1 -63.7 -0.16% 38631.8 38665.3 38557.1
Feb 18, 2024 38632.3 14.5 0.04% 38617.8 38638.8 38613.3
Feb 16, 2024 38572.8 -177.3 -0.46% 38750.1 38830.8 38566.4
Feb 15, 2024 38749.6 347.7 0.91% 38401.9 38781.3 38358.9
Feb 14, 2024 38402.4 137.8 0.36% 38264.6 38439.1 38191.8
Feb 13, 2024 38264.1 -515.8 -1.33% 38779.9 38822.9 38036.4
Feb 12, 2024 38779.4 110.0 0.28% 38669.4 38932.5 38601.9
Feb 11, 2024 38669.9 33.5 0.09% 38636.4 38675.9 38631.9
Feb 9, 2024 38626.8 -86.4 -0.22% 38713.2 38895.2 38560.2
Feb 8, 2024 38712.2 35.5 0.09% 38676.7 38746.7 38537.4
Feb 7, 2024 38677.2 168.6 0.44% 38508.6 38747.9 38456.6
Feb 6, 2024 38508.1 183.7 0.48% 38324.4 38541.9 38276.4
Feb 5, 2024 38325.4 -333.0 -0.86% 38658.4 38694.9 38207.4
Feb 4, 2024 38660.4 3.5 0.01% 38656.9 38666.4 38603.4
Feb 2, 2024 38628.9 102.0 0.26% 38526.9 38782.6 38324.9
Feb 1, 2024 38527.4 349.7 0.92% 38177.7 38546.6 38103.6

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