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Admiral Markets Will Be Cutting ECN Costs, Simplifying the Calculations 2015.07.27

July 27, 2015 08:55

Dear Traders,

Many of you have already taken the advantage of the Admiral.Prime account with its lightning-fast execution, tight spreads from 0 pips and deep liquidity which allows placing bigger orders.

We are happy to announce that starting from August 10th, 2015, Admiral.Prime account terms will become even more favorable as we will cut the commission and apply a simplified calculation model as follows:

  1. currency pairs and spot gold - USD 3.01 per 1.0 lots;
  2. spot silver - USD 0.3 per 1.0 lots.

The current commission rate is USD 35 per 1 million USD of a position's notional value, which is about USD 7.63 per 1.0 lots EURUSD round turn (assuming the market rate is 1.09).

In that way the new commission will cut the trading-related overhead costs on most popular instruments2, plus it is several degrees more transparent and simple.

Perspective commission rates for all deposit currencies supported by Admiral Markets are listed below:

AccountCommission Rate per 1.0 lots
CurrencyForex & Spot GoldSpot Silver
BGN5.00.5
CHF3.00.3
CZK75.07.5
EUR3.00.3
GBP2.00.2
HRK20.02.0
HUF850.085.0
PLN12.51.3
RON12.51.3
USD3.00.3


Kind Regards,

Admiral Markets UK Ltd


1 Commission is indicated for a single-sided trade. Commission for a round turn trade (opening and closing) is doubled.

2 Please note that commission charges for instruments with base currencies quoted below 1.0 USD (such as AUD, NZD) will naturally increase.