Exness is committed to constantly improving trading conditions to offer you the best.
This includes providing deep liquidity with no market impact, reducing spreads and commissions, and cutting other trading costs such as swap charges.
The latest of these improvements is an upgrade to leverage conditions, which has been implemented from 30 August 2021.
Read on to learn more about the beneficial changes.
Dynamic leverage schedules
Exness has changed the equity requirements for maximum leverage.
These updates will apply for FX majors, FX minors, gold and silver.
|Equity (USD)||Maximum available leverage for MT4 and MT5|
|0 – 999||1 : Unlimited|
|0 – 4,999||1 : 2000|
|5,000 – 29,999||1 : 1000|
|30,000 or more||1 : 500|
Please note that in order to minimize your exposure to risk, margin requirements before the release of key economic news announcements will remain at 1:200.
And remember, you can always set your custom leverage for these instruments in your Personal Area.
Fixed margin requirements for indices and energies
Exness is also increasing leverage on the below instruments.
|Instrument||Fixed leverage for MT4 and MT5|
Crude Oil Brent
|From 1:50 to 1:200|
|Hong Kong 50 Index||From 1:50 to 1:200|
|Australia S&P ASX 200 Index|
Germany 30 Index
France 40 Index
Japan 225 Index
EU Stocks 50 Index
UK 100 Index
US Wall Street 30 Index
US SPX 500 Index
US Tech 100 Index
|From 1:100 to 1:200|
Please note, fixed margin requirements on exotic, crypto, and stocks will remain at current levels.
We would like to highlight that, even with these lower margin requirements, you should determine order-sizing based on appropriate risk management strategies, relative to your equity.
Exness does not charge any swaps or other types of roll-over commissions for most of the instruments listed.
Along with the stability and competitiveness of spreads, this makes Exness’ trading conditions some of the most advantageous for traders.
Go to EXNESS’s Official Website and find out more about their recent trading conditions.