Equity Commissions

Stock Prices – Essential Account

Saxo offers industry-leading tight spreads and low commissions on our Saxo Essential limited risk account. See a full pricing overview for Saxo Essential here.

Note: Saxo Essential has a margin utilization cap of 20,000€ and gives you access to a limited range of 20 FX pairs, 10 index CFDs and our full range of Stocks and Bonds.


Exchanges

Exchange nameSymbolCommission StandardCommission Active*

North America & Canada

NASDAQ
NASDAQ & NSC0.02 USD/share
(min 15 USD)
from 6 USD (1)
New York Stock Exchange
NYSE & ARCA0.02 USD/share
(min 15 USD)
from 6 USD (1)
NYSE MKT
AMEX0.02 USD/share
(min 15 USD)
from 6 USD(1)
Toronto Stock Exchange
TSE0.03 CAD/share
(min 25 CAD)
0.0225 CAD/share
(min 15 CAD) (2)
TSX Venture Exchange
TSX0.02 CAD/share (3)
(min 25 CAD)
0.02 CAD/share
(min 25 CAD)

Europe / Middle East / Africa

Athens Exchange
AT0.35%
(min 12 EUR)
0.30%
(min 12 EUR)
BME Spanish Exchanges
SIBE0.10%
(min 12 EUR)
from 9 EUR (4)
Deutsche Börse (XETRA)
FSE0.10%
(min 12 EUR)
from 9 EUR (5)
Irish Stock Exchange
ISE0.10%
(min 12 EUR)
0.08%
(min 9 EUR)
London Stock Exchange (IOB)
LSE_INTL0.10%
(min 20 USD)
0.07%
(min 10 USD)
London Stock Exchange
LSE_SETS0.10%
(min 8 GBP)
from 8GBP7)
Milan Stock Exchange
MIL0.10%
(min 12 EUR)
from 9 EUR (5)
NASDAQ OMX Copenhagen
CSE0.10%
(min 29 DKK)
0.07%
(min 50 DKK)
NASDAQ OMX Helsinki
HSE0.10%
(min 12 EUR)
0.07%
(min 7 EUR)
NASDAQ OMX Stockholm
SSE0.10%
(min 65 SEK)
0.07%
(min 55 SEK)
NYSE Euronext Amsterdam (AEX)
AMS0.10%
(min 12 EUR)
from 9 EUR (4)
NYSE Euronext Brussels
BRU0.10%
(min 12 EUR)
0.05%
(min 8 EUR)
NYSE Euronext Lisbon
LISB0.10%
(min 12 EUR)
0.05%
(min 8 EUR)
NYSE Euronext Paris
PAR0.10%
(min 12 EUR)
from 9 EUR (4)
Oslo Stock Exchange
OSE0.10%
(min 65 NOK)
0.07%
(min 55 NOK)
Prague Stock Exchange
PRA0.28%
(min 500 CZK)
0.22%
(min 400 CZK)
SIX Swiss Exchange
SWX & VX0.10%
(min 18 CHF)
from 11 CHF 8)
Vienna Stock Exchange
VIE0.10%
(min 12 EUR)
0.09%
(min 12 EUR)
Warsaw Stock Exchange
WSE0.30%
(min 75 PLN)
0.25%
(min 65 PLN)
Johannesburg Stock Exchange
JSE0.25%
(min 100 ZAR)
0.15%
(min 90 ZAR)

Asia / Pacific

Australian Securities Exchange
ASX0.10%
(min 15 AUD)
0.07%
(min 12 AUD)
Hong Kong Exchanges
HKEX0.15%
(min 150 HKD)
0.10%
(min 100 HKD)
Singapore Exchange
SGX-ST0.15%
(min 25 SGD)
0.12%
(min 20 SGD)
Tokyo Stock Exchange
TYO0.15%
(min 1,500 JPY)
0.08%
(min 1,250 JPY)

*)For active trader pricing see below

(1) NASDAQ, NYSE & NYSE ARCA: The flat fee apply up to a trade size of 1,000 shares, above the threshold the commission is 0.007 USD/share
(2) TSE: For stocks traded below 1 CAD, the commission is capped at CAD 15/trade.
(3) TSX Venture Exchange: Commission is capped at CAD 25/trade for Shares traded below 1 CAD.
(4) BME, NYSE Euronext Amsterdam and Paris: The flat fee apply up to a trade size of EUR 20,000, above the threshold the commission is 0.05%
(5) Deutsche Börse (XETRA) and Milan Stock Exchange: The flat fee apply up to a trade size of EUR 30,000, above the threshold the commission is 0.05%
(6) London Stock Exchange: The flat fee apply up to a trade size of GBP 30,000, above the threshold the commission is 0.05%.
(7) SIX Swiss Exchange: The flat fee apply up to a trade size of CHF 30,000, above the threshold the commission is 0.05%

If you are an Active Trader within equity and equity-related products, Saxo offers you some of the lowest rates in the market. In order to qualify for Equity Active Trader rates you need to place at least 100 trades per calendar month, within any of the following instruments:

  • Stocks
  • ETFs/ETCs
  • Single Stock CFDs

Please note the following:

  • The Active pricing may vary from the prices shown above depending on your country of residence.
  • If the required monthly activity is not fulfilled, standard rates will apply the following month.
  • You can familiarise yourself with the relevant terms of our Active Equity pricing in the FAQ section.

Updated 15 June, 2016

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