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What are the swap rates on

At, we charge a fee, called a swap rate, for keeping a position open overnight.

The swap rate varies depending on the trading instrument. At, you can find information about swap rates on the platform, under the “Key Statistics” section of each instrument.

Find out more about swap rates below.

Overnight Swap Fee

Also known as a swap fee, this is when the settlement of a deal is rolled forward to another value date, and a charge is levied based on the difference in the interest rates of the two currencies plus a fixed markup, depending on the asset class.

Every day at 21:00-22:00 GMT (depending on the DST), open positions are rolled over to the next day and the positions gain or lose interest based on the interest differential between the bought and sold currencies.

The swap is charged triple on Wednesdays for FX pairs and triple on Fridays for all other assets to compensate for the upcoming weekend.

How to calculate swaps

To calculate applied swaps, you can use the following formula:
(Overnight Swap (Swap Fee) %) x (Last mid-price at 21:00 GMT) x (Quantity) x (number of days held open)
Last mid-price = (Closing Bid + Closing Ask)/2

The overnight swap or swap fee percentage is found in each instrument’s information box.

When overnight swaps are charged

At, overnight swaps are charged at the end of the day. In the summer, the day ends at 21:00 GMT, and 22:00 GMT in winter.

How to check the swap rate

Log in to your account

Open an instrument and click on “Key Statistics”.

Click key statistics to check swap rates

Scroll down the page

You will see the overnight swap rates for buying and selling.

View overnight swap rates for buying selling

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