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With few exceptions indicated in the table below, margin requirements for CFD are same as for forex.
Attention: ECN accounts with the leverage 1:300 and minimum equity level 20 EUR are available with Dukascopy Europe. (Read more)
The minimum margin required to open a position depends on the desired leverage, instrument and current market prices.
* The minimum margin requirements will differ if the initial leverage is changed
Attention: Currently CFD trading is available upon request for regular LIVE self trading accounts only.
Stock CFD Maximum Instrument Exposure
Maximum exposure per single stock CFD is 100,000 USD or equivalent in other currencies. Clients may request to increase maximum exposure to 250,000 USD, in this case leverage will be reduced to 1:2 from default setting of 1:10. Clients may request to increase leverage to 1:20. In this case maximum exposure per CFD will be 50,000 USD. Over-the-weekend leverage reduction rules do not apply to single stock CFDs.
Maximum instrument exposure
Maximum net exposure of each currency pair on one trading account is limited to a position of 25 million of primary currency. For precious metals and CFDs maximum net exposure is specified in the table below:
Clients may request to wave the maximum exposure limit.
The exposure limits come into effect as of 06.07.2016.
* maximum exposures on the following CFD Indices are temporarily applied:
Limitation is applied to orders that create new positions or increase existing exposures exclusively. It does not affect positions opened prior to July 06.