FX Spot Trading Spreads

Competitive spreads

FX Spot spreads stay fixed under normal market conditions. For EURUSD the spreads stay fixed more than 99% of the time.​

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FX Spot Spreads and Leverage

Click on the button below to see the full list of trading spreads and margin requirements on all 182 FX crosses.

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Ticket fee on small trades

For Forex trades below the 'Ticket Fee Threshold' listed above, a small ticket fee of USD 10 is added to the trade to cover administration costs.

Updated 21st January, 2015



Tom/Next Rollover

Tom/Next credit or debit

Rolling over a position to a new Value Date results in an adjustment to the opening price. The rollover debit or credit is the sum of Swap Points, and interest on any unrealised profits or losses.

Swap Points

The Swap Points used are based on Tom/Next swap prices from Tier-1 banks with a mark-up/down corresponding to 0.45% added to, or subtracted from, daily market overnight interest rates, plus the interest component described under 'Interest on unrealised Profit and Loss' below.

The accumulated swap points and interest component are added or deducted to the previous opening price of the position.

To provide full transparency to clients Saxo Bank publishes once a day the swap points used for the tom/next rollover. See 'Historic Swap points' below.

Interest on unrealised Profit and Loss

Any unrealised profits or losses on the Forex spot position being rolled from one day to the next are subject to an interest credit or debit. These are added to the swap points to calculate the rollover credit or debit.

The unrealised profits or losses are calculated as the difference between the original traded rate (possibly adjusted for previous Tom/Next rollovers) and the end of day rate of the traded currency cross at 17:00 Eastern Standard Time (New York time).

For currencies subject to special market conditions the rate of the traded currency cross at 08:15 CET will be applied

Historic Swap Points

Updated 1st October, 2014

Product 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.

Forex is categorised as a red product as it is considered an investment product with a high complexity and a high risk. See also the 'Product Risk Categorisation' located under our General Business Terms.

General Business Terms