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Contract for difference (CFD) is an agreement between a trader and its provider, that is, to exchange the difference between the opening price and closing price of the contract. As a leverage product, CFD allows you to maximize your investment opportunities by directly trading a small portion of the relevant assets (such as stock index or futures). No matter whether the price goes up or down, you can use the contract for difference to trade and speculate on the price trend, making full use of the financial market to obtain profit opportunities.

Why contract for difference?

  • Two way trading, bull market and bear market have profit opportunities
  • Using leverage to reduce capital occupation and improve investment performance
  • Seize the opportunity in a broader financial market
  • Hedge effective risk dispersion with portfolio

原油

Trading products Symbol Contract size Currency Minimum trading volume Maximum trading volume Limit price and stop loss level Transaction time
West Texas medium crude spot USOIL 1000 barrels USD 0.01 50 1 Monday to Friday
01:01 – 23:59
Brent crude oil spot UKOIL 1000 barrels USD 0.01 50 1

Monday to Friday
03:01 – 23:59

share index

Trading products Symbol Contract size currency Minimum trading volume Maximum trading volume Margin ratio Price limit and stop loss level Transaction time
Australian asx200 index ASX200 10 AUD 0.1 50 1 400 Monday to Friday
01:50 – 08:30, 09:10 – 23:00
France CAC40 spot index CAC40 10 EUR 0.1 50 1 500 Monday to Friday
10:00 – 24:00
Dow Jones industrial average WS30 10 USD 0.1 50 1 600 Monday to Friday
01:01 – 23:15, 23:30 – 23:59
Euro composite 50 spot index STOXX50 10 EUR 0.1 50 1 400 Monday to Friday
10:00 – 24:00
FTSE 100 spot index FTSE100 10 GBP USD 0.1 50 1 600 Monday to Friday
01:01 – 23:15, 23:30 – 23:59
Hang Seng 50 medium share index HK50 100 HKD 0.1 50 1 1500 Monday to Friday
04:15 – 07:00, 08:00 – 11:30, 12:15 – 18:45
Spain ibex 35 spot index ESP35 10 EUR 0.1 50 1 400 Monday to Friday
11:00- 22:00
Us Nasdaq 100 spot index NDX100 10 USD 0.1 50 1 400 Monday to Friday
01:01 – 23:15, 23:30 – 23:59
Daily economic average index JP225 1000 JPY 0.1 50 1 1200 Monday to Friday
01:01 – 22:59
S & P 500 index US500 10 USD 0.1 50 1 20 Monday to Friday
01:01 – 23:15, 23:30 – 23:59
DAX30 index of Germany DAX30 10 EUR 0.1 50 1 500 Monday to Friday
01:01 – 23:15, 23:30 – 23:59

*When the market fluctuates greatly, there may be sliding points.
*During the implementation of DST, our server time is set to GMT+3

Leverage ratio

We provide flexible leverage ratio to meet the different needs of traders. In Crisscross,Your capital purchasing power can be increased to 500 times (i.e. 1:500 leverage ratio).

Please select the appropriate leverage ratio according to the account type.

Margin requirements

Margin requirements refer to the amount of deposit required to maintain the opening position. According to the leverage ratio you set, a portion of the net account value will be allocated as margin deposit.

crude oil

Example 1:
For ukoil / USD with a standard price of 48.0330, when the leverage is 1:100, the opening margin is calculated as follows:
Margin = (hands * contract size * market price) / leverage ratio
Margin = (1 * 1000 * $48.033) / (100) = $480.33

Example 2:
For usoil/usd with a standard hand quotation of 45.577, when the lever is 1:100, the opening margin is calculated as:
Margin = (hands * contract size * market price) / leverage ratio
Margin = (1 * 1000 * $45.577) / (100) = $455.77

share index

Example 1:
For ws30 whose first-hand quotation is 21534.73, the minimum margin for opening position is calculated as follows:
Margin = hand number * contract size * market price * margin ratio
Margin = (1 * 10 * $21534) *0.01 = USD $2153.40

Example 2:
For ASX whose first-hand quotation is 5673.23, the minimum margin for opening position is calculated as follows:
Margin = number of hands * contract size * market price * margin ratio
Margin = (1 * 10 * $5673.23 * 0.01) = AUD $567.32aud

Assuming that your MT4 account is in the US dollar as the main trading currency, the margin will require settlement in US dollars:
Assume that the aud/usd quoted price is 0.79623
Margin = $567.323 * 0.79623 = USD $451.71

Example 3:
For jpy225 whose first-hand quotation is 19882.60, the minimum margin for opening position is calculated as follows:
Margin = number of hands * contract size * market price * margin ratio
Margin = (1 * 1000 * $19882.60) *0.01 = jpy$198826

Assuming that your MT4 account is mainly in US dollars, the margin will be required to be settled in US dollars:
Suppose the quotation of USD / JPY is 109.725
Margin = $198826 / 109.725 = USD $1812.04

Example 4:
For hk50 with a standard first-hand quotation of 26848.80, the minimum margin for opening position is calculated as follows:
Margin = number of hands * contract size * market price * margin ratio
Margin = (1 * 100 * $26848.80) * 0.01 = HKD $26848.80

Assuming that your MT4 account is in the US dollar as the main trading currency, the margin will require settlement in US dollars:
Assuming usd/hkd quoted price is 7.80499
Margin = $26848.80 / 7.80499 = USD $3439.95

Example 5:
For DAX30 whose first-hand quotation is 26848.80.60, the minimum margin for opening position is calculated as follows:
Margin = number of hands * contract size * market price * margin ratio
Margin = (1 * 10 * $12152.31) * 0.01 = EUR $1215.23

Assuming that your MT4 account is mainly in US dollars, the margin will be required to be settled in US dollars:
Assume that the quotation of EUR / USD is 1.16525
Margin = $1215.23 * 1.16525 = USD $1416.04

Margin call

Margin call is a notice of margin increase issued by securities companies to customers when the funds in the traders' accounts are lower than the margin requirement, so as to prevent the positions held by the traders from being forced to close out because the amount in the traders' accounts is lower than the margin requirement. At Crisscross, margin call is set at 80%. That is to say, if your net account value (balance - trading income / loss) is less than 80% of the margin deposit requirement and you are unable to maintain your position, you will receive a margin call asking you to increase your deposit to maintain your trading position.

Compulsory closing level

When your funds are lower than the margin requirement, the margin call will be triggered and the compulsory position closing level will be reached, and the position will be automatically closed to avoid more trading losses.At Crisscross, the compulsory closing level is set at 50%.

Overnight interest

Traders who stay overnight earn or pay overnight interest. If you stay overnight at the weekend, the overnight interest of crude oil will be calculated on Wednesday, and the overnight interest of stock index will be calculated on Friday. Therefore, the applicable interest is the three-day overnight interest.

crude oil

Currency pair Multi position interest rate Short interest rate
USOUSD -22.506 14.877
UKOUSD -0.143 -4.356

share index

Currency pair Multi position interest rate Short interest rate
ASX200 -8.314 -1.971
CAC40 -3.791 -4.957
WS30 -37.918 -4.607
STOXX50 -2.379 -3.111
FTSE100 -7.354 -4.412
HK50 -323.517 -138.650
ESP35 -6.599 -8.629
NDX100 -10.444 -1.269
JP225 -167.176 -184.774
US2000 -0.300 -2.060
US500 -4.084 -0.496
DAX30 -8.322 -10.882


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