CFDs or Contracts for Difference are derivative products that allow you to trade underlying assets such as commodities, energies or indices which would normally be traded on the Futures market, on the Spot market.
CFDs are traded in contracts. Each CFD contract represents a quantity of the underlying asset. For example, 1 contract of Crude Light is equivalent to 1,000 barrels. You can trade CFDs in terms of whole or partial contracts.
The maximum leverage level on all CFDs in 1:400.
Why am I receiving the error message ‘The Market is Closed’ when I try to trade a CFD?
This error appears when you are attempting to trade a CFD outside of it trading hours.