Foreign Exchange market, which was famous of being of the competence for the central government, commercial banks and investment banks, but now, more than any time passed, this market became important for the individuals, that it makes the circulation available along 24 hours a day, five days a week, with a seize of circulation in currencies exceeding 8 Trillion dollars a day, leading that it would be the greatest and most important market with regard to the liquidity in the world
|Major Currency||Type||Lot Size||Margin (1)||Min. Fluctuation||Orders(2)||Execution|
|Euro/Dollar||Spot||100,000 EUR||1,000 USD||0.00001||80 points||Market|
|Pound/Dollar||Spot||100,000 GBP||1,000 USD||0.00001||80 points||Market|
|Dollar/Yen||Spot||100,000 USD||1,000 USD||000.001||80 points||Market|
|Dollar/Canadian||Spot||100,000 USD||1,000 USD||0.00001||80 points||Market|
|Dollar/Franc||Spot||100,000 USD||1,000 USD||0.00001||80 points||Market|
|Australian/Dollar||Spot||100,000 AUD||1,000 USD||0.00001||80 points||Market|
|New Zealand/Dollar||Spot||100,000 NZD||1,000 USD||0.00001||80 points||Market|
|Cross Currency||Type||Lot Size||Margin (1)||Min. Fluctuation||Orders (2)||Execution|
|Pound/Yen||Spot||100,000 GBP||1,000 USD||000.001||120 points||Market|
|Euro/Pound||Spot||100,000 EUR||1,000 USD||0.00001||80 points||Market|
|Euro/Yen||Spot||100,000 EUR||1,000 USD||000.001||80 points||Market|
|Euro/Franc||Spot||100,000 EUR||1,000 USD||0.00001||80 points||Market|
|Euro/Canadian||Spot||100,000 EUR||1,000 USD||0.00001||150 points||Market|
|Euro/Australian||Spot||100,000 EUR||1,000 USD||0.00001||250 points||Market|
|Pound/Franc||Spot||100,000 GBP||1,000 USD||0.00001||150 points||Market|
|Pound/Canadian||Spot||100,000 GBP||1,000 USD||0.00001||150 points||Market|
|Franc/Yen||Spot||100,000 CHF||1,000 USD||000.001||100 points||Market|
|Pound/Australian||Spot||100,000 GBP||1,000 USD||0.00001||150 points||Market|
|Pound/New Zealand||Spot||100,000 GBP||1,000 USD||0.00001||500 points||Market|
|Australian/Canadian||Spot||100,000 AUD||1,000 USD||0.00001||150 points||Market|
|Australian/Yen||Spot||100,000 AUD||1,000 USD||000.001||100 points||Market|
|New Zealand/Canadian||Spot||100,000 NZD||1,000 USD||0.00001||150 points||Market|
|New Zealand/Yen||Spot||100,000 NZD||1,000 USD||000.001||100 points||Market|
For spot trading in CFDs on currencies, the required margin to place and maintain 1 standard lot open position is 1,000 USD (on the default leverage 1-100), while on other leverage options it varies according to the account leverage.
When spot trading in CFDs on metals (Gold and Silver), a fixed amount (1,000 USD per each standard lot) will be held as margin for each contract regardless to the account leverage.
Same applies when trading in futures contracts: a fixed amount (1,000 USD per each standard lot) will be held as margin for each contract regardless to the account leverage.
The minimum allowed distance between the pending order price and the current market price at the time of placing the order (S/L, T/P, Buy Stop, Sell Stop, Buy Limit, and Sell Limit) is specified in the number of points (according to decimal digits). All those distances may widen during volatile market conditions and news releases, and as KABKG sees fit.
For all CFD’s on futures contracts, KABKG traders will receive a notification to close each contract around 2 days prior its delivery date.
All the specifications above are subject to change without prior notification due to different market conditions and also changes within the relevant exchange. However, all efforts are made to ensure a reasonable notification period is given. KABKG does have good history in keeping spreads tight, margins low and offering transparent prices.