Indices

UK 100
Instant access to the world's most liquid Stock Exchange indices
FTSE 100 (footsie) for the 100 most highly capitalised companies listed on the LSE (London Stock Exchange)
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Indices
trading explained
Peter Karsten
Commercial director
  

TRADE. GLOBAL EXCHANGES

  • Access to global indices directly on our MT4 platform
  • Trade on a macro economic level and diversify your trading portfolio.
  • Reduce your exposure to individual stocks and benefit from positive trade winds.
 

Contract Specifications

This table gives an indication of the margin requirements and lot sizes for our indices

  Instrument Platform Symbol Size
(Standard Lot)
Min.
Stop Distance
Margin Currency Min.
Trade Size
 
  FTSE 100 UK 100 £1 800 points £60 GBP 1  
  Xetra DAX GER 30 €1 1000 points €60 EUR 1  
  CAC 40 FRA 40 €1 300 points €40 EUR 1  
  Euro Stoxx 50 EUSTX 50 €1 400 points €70 EUR 1  
  Dow Jones Industrial Average US 30 $1 900 points $90 USD 1  
  S&P 500 SPX 500 $10 20 points $120 USD 1  
  Nasdaq 100 NAS 100 $1 400 points $25 USD 1  
  S&P/ASX 200 AUS 200 $1 700 points $60 AUD 1  
  Hang Seng Index HKG30 HKD 10 20 points HKD 2150 HKD 1  
  Italy 40 ITA40 $ 1 300 points $ 90 USD 1  
  China A50 CHINA50 $ 1 20 points $ 0.02 * MARKET PRICE USD 1  
  Japan 225 JPN225 JPY 100 1200 points JPY 19000 JPY 1  

*For a buy order, stop loss should be set below: bid price-min stop distance*point size
**For a sell order, stop loss should be set above: ask price+min stop distance*point size
*** Intuitively, if the tick price is rounded to two decimal places, then the point size is 0.01. In other words, 1 point= 0.01 currency. If the tick price is an integer, then the point size is 1. In other words, 1 point=1 currency. For example, 1 point equals to 1 penny for UK100, whereas 1 point equals to 1 cent for China50.

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