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Long position overnight fee

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Margin. Your investment $1,000.00
Overnight fee -0.026207 %
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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 0.003985 %
Charges from full value of position ($7.97)
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
Nov 30, 2023 35544.4 24.1 0.07% 35520.3 35556.4 35494.8
Nov 29, 2023 35520.8 122.3 0.35% 35398.5 35582.0 35397.0
Nov 28, 2023 35399.0 30.6 0.09% 35368.4 35516.3 35287.9
Nov 27, 2023 35367.4 9.5 0.03% 35357.9 35418.9 35279.2
Nov 26, 2023 35356.9 -19.5 -0.06% 35376.4 35378.9 35353.9
Nov 24, 2023 35374.3 71.2 0.20% 35303.1 35400.4 35285.4
Nov 23, 2023 35303.6 58.9 0.17% 35244.7 35342.1 35237.2
Nov 22, 2023 35243.7 165.5 0.47% 35078.2 35319.6 35077.2
Nov 21, 2023 35079.2 -88.6 -0.25% 35167.8 35182.0 35037.8
Nov 20, 2023 35168.3 226.8 0.65% 34941.5 35225.8 34893.0
Nov 19, 2023 34941.0 9.5 0.03% 34931.5 34947.0 34917.5
Nov 17, 2023 34911.7 -45.8 -0.13% 34957.5 35100.6 34881.3
Nov 16, 2023 34957.0 7.8 0.02% 34949.2 35020.1 34814.0
Nov 15, 2023 34949.7 85.0 0.24% 34864.7 35051.3 34843.7
Nov 14, 2023 34863.7 524.8 1.53% 34338.9 34927.7 34302.3
Nov 13, 2023 34338.4 107.2 0.31% 34231.2 34409.4 34154.9
Nov 12, 2023 34230.2 -22.5 -0.07% 34252.7 34261.2 34226.2
Nov 10, 2023 34222.7 334.4 0.99% 33888.3 34315.0 33852.3
Nov 9, 2023 33888.8 -192.8 -0.57% 34081.6 34222.6 33855.8
Nov 8, 2023 34082.6 -71.0 -0.21% 34153.6 34251.5 33992.5

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