# Margin Requirements

Leverage rates for currency pairs

Notional Position Value in Account Currency Leverage 1?
USDEURJODAED
The ratio of position's notional value to amount of margin required for opening a position (e.g. leverage 1:1000 means that EUR 100,000 contract requires as low as 100 EUR margin)
up to 7,500,000up to 7,500,000up to 6,000,000up to 28,000,0001:500
7,500,000 - 10,000,0007,500,000 - 10,000,0006,000,000 - 8,000,00028,000,000 - 37,000,0001:200
10,000,000 - 12,500,00010,000,000 - 12,500,0008,000,000 - 9,000,00037,000,000 - 46,000,0001:50
Over 12,500,000Over 12,500,000Over 9,000,000Over 46,000,0001:10
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Notional Position Value in Account Currency Leverage 1?
USDEURJODAED
The ratio of position's notional value to amount of margin required for opening a position (e.g. leverage 1:1000 means that EUR 100,000 contract requires as low as 100 EUR margin)
up to 6,000,000up to 6,000,000up to 5,000,000up to 23,000,0001:500
6,000,000 - 8,000,0006,000,000 - 8,000,0005,000,000 - 6,000,00023,000,000 - 30,000,0001:200
8,000,000 - 10,000,0008,000,000 - 10,000,0006,000,000 - 8,000,00030,000,000 - 37,000,0001:50
Over 10,000,000Over 10,000,000Over 8,000,000Over 37,000,0001:10
See margin calculation examples
Notional Position Value in Account Currency Leverage 1?
USDEURJODAED
The ratio of position's notional value to amount of margin required for opening a position (e.g. leverage 1:1000 means that EUR 100,000 contract requires as low as 100 EUR margin)
up to 1,500,000up to 1,500,000up to 1,100,000up to 5,600,0001:25
1,500,000 - 2,300,0001,500,000 - 2,300,0001,100,000 - 1,700,0005,600,000 - 8,500,0001:10
Over 2,300,000Over 2,300,000Over 1,700,000Over 8,500,0001:3
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Leverage rates for [ASX200], [DAX30], [DJI30], [FTSE100], [NQ100], [SP500] and respective future CFDs.

Notional Position Value in Account Currency Leverage 1?
USDEURJODAED
The ratio of position's notional value to amount of margin required for opening a position (e.g. leverage 1:1000 means that EUR 100,000 contract requires as low as 100 EUR margin)
up to 500,000up to 500,000up to 400,000up to 2,000,0001:500
500,000 - 3,500,000500,000 - 3,500,000400,000 - 2,500,0002,000,000 - 13,000,0001:200
3,500,000 - 4,700,0003,500,000 - 4,700,0002,500,000 - 4,000,00013,000,000 - 18,000,0001:50
Over 4,700,000Over 4,700,000Over 4,000,000Over 18,000,0001:10
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Leverage rates for [AEX25], [CAC40], [HSI50], [IBEX35], [JP225], [MDAX50], [OBX25], [SMI20], [STOXX50], [TECDAX30], #Bund, #USTNote, #USDX and respective future CFDs.

Notional Position Value in Account Currency Leverage 1?
USDEURJODAED
The ratio of position's notional value to amount of margin required for opening a position (e.g. leverage 1:1000 means that EUR 100,000 contract requires as low as 100 EUR margin)
up to 1,000,000up to 1,000,000up to 800,000up to 4,000,0001:200
1,000,000 - 1,500,0001,000,000 - 1,500,000800,000 - 1,100,0004,000,000 - 6,000,0001:50
Over 1,500,000Over 1,500,000Over 1,100,000Over 6,000,0001:10
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Leverage rates for GOLD, XAUAUD and respective future CFDs.

Notional Position Value in Account Currency Leverage 1?
USDEURJODAED
The ratio of position's notional value to amount of margin required for opening a position (e.g. leverage 1:1000 means that EUR 100,000 contract requires as low as 100 EUR margin)
up to 500,000up to 500,000up to 400,000up to 2,000,0001:500
500,000 - 3,000,000500,000 - 3,000,000400,000 - 2,200,0002,000,000 - 12,000,0001:200
3,000,000 - 4,000,0003,000,000 - 4,000,0002,200,000 - 3,000,00012,000,000 - 15,000,0001:50
Over 4,000,000Over 4,000,000Over 3,000,000Over 15,000,0001:10
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Leverage rates for SILVER, COPPER, PLATINUM, PALLADIUM, #China50, CRUDOIL, BRENT and respective future CFDs.

Notional Position Value in Account Currency Leverage 1?
USDEURJODAED
The ratio of position's notional value to amount of margin required for opening a position (e.g. leverage 1:1000 means that EUR 100,000 contract requires as low as 100 EUR margin)
up to 1,000,000up to 1,000,000up to 800,000up to 4,000,0001:100
1,000,000 - 1,500,0001,000,000 - 1,500,000800,000 - 1,100,0004,000,000 - 6,000,0001:50
Over 1,500,000Over 1,500,000Over 1,100,000Over 6,000,0001:10
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Leverage rate for [Canada60], _STXE600, _India50, _Singapore25, COCOA, ARABICA, ROBUSTA, COTTON, ORANGE.JUICE, SUGAR.RAW, SUGAR.WHITE and respective future CFDs.

Notional Position Value in Account Currency Leverage 1?
USDEURJODAED
The ratio of position's notional value to amount of margin required for opening a position (e.g. leverage 1:1000 means that EUR 100,000 contract requires as low as 100 EUR margin)
up to 500,000up to 500,000up to 400,000up to 2,000,0001:50
Over 500,000Over 500,000Over 400,000Over 2,000,0001:10
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Leverage rate for [HSCEI50], [SouthAfrica40], _Taiwan50 and respective future CFDs.

Notional Position Value in Account Currency Leverage 1?
USDEURJODAED
The ratio of position's notional value to amount of margin required for opening a position (e.g. leverage 1:1000 means that EUR 100,000 contract requires as low as 100 EUR margin)
up to 500,000up to 500,000up to 400,000up to 2,000,0001:30
Over 500,000Over 500,000Over 400,000Over 2,000,0001:10
See margin calculation examples

Notes:

1. If a position on any given instrument is opened or closed (fully or partially) within the pre-close period of an hour before the Friday trading session close, the leverage applied to all positions in this same group of instruments is 1:50 (for positions in Volatility index futures CFDs – 1:5). This includes positions opened prior to the pre-close hour but does not include those with lower leverage rates (e.g. 1:2). The above term has an extended duration for a number of CFDs on indices and bonds. The relevant data is specified on the instrument pages in Contract Specifications. If an open position was affected by the session pre-close leverage reduction, we will re-enable previously used higher leverage for all positions in this instrument before the market for this instrument re-opens, typically within a few hours from the latest daily session close time. Please also note that the above terms can be applied with special notice to other days of the working week in cases where holidays or extraordinary events may affect the trading schedule or available liquidity.
2. All clients have an option to decrease or increase the account`s leverage manually by selecting one of the leverage rates in the account settings in the Trader`s Room. Please note that the change of account`s leverage has an immediate effect on the margin value of all open positions. If you choose to select a decreased leverage rate, the notional value ranges applicable to your positions begin from those specified for the selected leverage in the above tables.
3. Margin requirements for markets other than listed above, can be found in Contract Specifications by selecting the needed instrument in the look-up menu.
1. Margin requirements for markets other than listed above, can be found in Contract Specifications by selecting the needed instrument in the look-up menu.
2. If a position on any given instrument is opened or closed (fully or partially) within the pre-close period of an hour before the Friday trading session close, the leverage applied to all positions in this same group of instruments is 1:50 (for positions in Volatility index futures CFDs – 1:5). This includes positions opened prior to the pre-close hour but does not include those with lower leverage rates (e.g. 1:2). The above term has an extended duration for a number of CFDs on indices and bonds. The relevant data is specified on the instrument pages in Contract Specifications. If an open position was affected by the session pre-close leverage reduction, we will re-enable previously used higher leverage for all positions in this instrument before the market for this instrument re-opens, typically within a few hours from the latest daily session close time. Please also note that the above terms can be applied with special notice to other days of the working week in cases where holidays or extraordinary events may affect the trading schedule or available liquidity.