Instruments Information

The table gives a list of currently traded instruments and indicates effective trading and position transfer terms. Spread for Forex trades means spread in points for Forex trades. Spread does not depend on the trade amount. A dash used instead of the spread value means that Forex trades with this instrument are not allowed.

Spread for Conversion trades means spread in points for an indicated Conversion trade. Spread does not depend on the trade amount.

Value Date, Tom is a current value date for trades in a given instrument with the Tomorrow delivery term. It is usually the next business day of the trade date.

Value Date, Spot is a current value date for trades in a given instrument with a Spot delivery date. It is usually the second business day of the trade date.

Sell position rollover means conditions of transfer of "short" (the base currency is sold) positions to the next value date. A positive number means that the client receives an indicated number of points (for example, 0.2 points) per day for position transfer; a negative number means that he/she pays an indicated number of points (for example, 0.7 points) per day for position transfer. If Forex trades for this instrument are not allowed, the column contains a dash because it is impossible to open a position for this instrument and, consequently, there is no need to transfer it.

Buy position rollover means conditions of transfer of "long" (the base currency is bought) positions to the next value date. A positive number means that the client recieves an indicated number of points (for example, 0.2 points) per day for position transfer; a negative number means that he/she pays an indicated number of points (for example, 0.7 points) per day for position transfer. If Forex trades for this instrument are not allowed, this column contains a dash because it is impossible to open a position for this instrument and, consequently, there is no need to transfer it.

Break in trading is a period of time when trading on this instrument is closed. Trading on some instruments is closed, when they are not being quoted. An empty column means that the instrument can be traded around the clock.

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