Commissions for online traded contracts
Subject to the minimum ticket fee, these commissions are for each contract and for each trade (buy, sell or at expiry) through SaxoTrader and exclude exchange fees which are listed under the contract specifications.
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HKD (Full-sized contracts)
HKD (Mini contracts)
If you trade more than 5,000 contracts per month please contact us for pricing.
These commissions are for each contract and for each trade (buy or sell) through SaxoTrader and exclude exchange fees which are listed under the contract specifications.
If no agreement exists to the contrary, clients will be charged the highest price category in the table. Contact Saxo to apply for another price category if applicable based on previous trading volumes.
Moves to different price categories take place at the discretion of Saxo and always take effect from the beginning of the following month without any adjustment in commissions already paid.
* For Nordic Power Futures a different pricing table applies, please contact your account manager.
For a full list of available Futures Contracts see the Futures Trading Conditions page.
All prices shown on this page are offered to new Saxo clients. Existing clients can access pricing information directly in the trading platform.
Actual price varies based on the country of client residence.
The minimum ticket fee per Futures contract trade is USD 10, EUR 10, GBP 8, CHF 11, AUD 12.5, CAD 10, JPY 1200, SEK 100 or SGD 20.
Overnight positions in Futures are subject to a carrying cost.
The carrying cost is calculated on the basis of the daily margin requirement and applied when a position is held overnight.
The funding rate used for calculating the carrying cost is based on the relevant Interbank-rate + markup (150 bps).
Carrying Cost = Margin requirement * Holding time * (Relevant Interbank rate + Markup) / (365 or 360 days)
Please note that relevant benchmark rates are floored at 0%.
Futures Risk Warning
A Future is categorised as a red product as it is considered an investment product with a high complexity and a high risk.
Danish banks are required to categorise investment products offered to retail clients depending on the product’s complexity and risk as: green, yellow or red. For further information click here