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adjustment-of-net-free-equity-(NFE)-margins-for-CFDs

​​In September 2016, Saxo introduced a new simplified equity rating model, which rates equities from 1 (low risk) to 5 (high risk) and sets the margin required for trading CFDs.

Now, the Net Free Equity (NFE) margin required for the calculation of interest is also being updated to follow the same principles. At the same time, a simplification across all Expiring CFDs (Commodity CFDs, Forex CFDs, Bond CFDs and Expiring Index CFDs) is being introduced.

The following NFE margin rates will apply for Single Stock CFDs and Expiring CFDs as of 1 February 2017:

 

CFD SINGLE STOCKS / ETFs / ETCs

EXPIRING CFDs

Product Rating NFE margin Product Rating NFE margin
CFD110%CFD11.0%
CFD215%CFD21.5%
CFD320%CFD32.0%
CFD430%CFD43.0%
CFD540%CFD54.0%
CFD65.0%
CFD77.0%
CFD88.0%
CFD910.0%
CFD1012.0%

Please note that the new NFE margins for Single Stock CFDs are lower than the Trading Margin, while those for Expiring CFDs are, in general, significantly reduced from the current margin levels.

 
You can refer to the current margin levels for Net Free Equity here.

 
The rating for individual instruments can be found in the trading platforms:
  • SaxoTrader
    Account > Trading Conditions > Instrument Lists
  • TraderGO
    Account > Trading Conditions > Search for Instrument

 

 

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