Forex trading leverage


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The purpose of this risk disclaimer is to inform users of the potential financial risks involved in trading in foreign currencies. The transaction or operations in the forex or fx markets does involve a substantial degree of risk, and should not be undertaken until the user has carefully evaluate whether their financial situation is appropriate for such transactions. Trading may result in a substantial or complete loss of funds and therefore should only be undertaken with risk capital.

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Client Account Leverage – 6:655
Consider a USD account with 55 Buy (or Sell) lots of Brent Oil at .
In this example, the account leverage is greater than symbols’ relevant values in the Leverage Monitor table, so the margin required would be as below:

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For the best part of the last month the Australian dollar has established and traded within a narrow range roughly between and the recent resistance level at . However for the most part over the last week the Australian dollar has fallen sharply back down to the support level

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** If you leave an open position for the next trading day, you pay or you obtain the certain amount, calculated on the basis of interest rates difference of two currencies in currency pair. This operation is called "swap." In the trading terminal, "swap" is automatically converted into the deposit currency. The operation is conducted at (GMT+7 time zone, please note DST may apply) and can take several minutes. From Wednesday to Thursday swap is charged for three days.

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The current floating rates system, which we know today, was adopted after World War II and has been in effect ever since. Prior to the current forex trading rates system, a monetary management system called the Bretton Woods Agreement was in existence, in which the exchange prices of currencies against each other were tied and correlated to the reserves of gold in possession of the two countries that were the originators of the actual currencies related to a transaction.

***** For instruments not denoted in USD calculations should be based at the current exchange rate (for XM Zero Accounts only)

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