A Forex swap rate is the overnight or rollover interest that is earned or paid for holding positions overnight in the foreign exchange market
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What is a swap rate?
A swap charge is based on the interest rates of the countries involved in each currency pair and whether the position is short (sell) or long (buy). In any one currency pair, the interest is paid on the currency sold and received on the currency bought.
Swap charges are released weekly by the financial institutions we work closely with and are calculated based on market conditions and risk-management analysis. Each currency pair has its own swap charge and is measured on a standard 1.0 lot size or 100,000 base units.
How to view swap charges on MT4?
To view Swap Rates on you MT4 trading platfrom, follow these steps:
1) Click View – Market Watch
2) Right Click on Market Watch and Select Symbols
3) Click on the Pair that you would like to View Swap Rates
4) Click on Properties when you clicked on the Pair
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Our products are aimed at retail clients, professional clients and institutional clients. FX and CFDS are complex leveraged products which are traded on margin. Trading in FX and CFDs is high risk and may not be suitable for everyone, ensure that you fully understand the risks. You may sustain a loss of some or all of your invested capital. For more information please refer to our Risk Disclosure.
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