The spread is the difference between the ask (buying) price and bid (selling) price for an underlying asset, and it is the commission paid by the trader.
The spread has a significant impact on your return from your trading strategy. Traders profit from buying low and selling high. Wider spreads mean you are required to buy higher and sell lower, whereas a tight spread guarantees you are buying at a lower price and selling at a higher price.
It is important to be aware that spreads are variable and traders must take fluctuations in the spread into consideration when setting their trading strategy.
View our complete list of average floating spreads in the table below.
|Product||Definition||Average Floating Spread|
|AUDCAD||Australian dollar – Canadian dollar||4|
|AUDCHF||Australian dollar – Swiss franc||3.4|
|AUDJPY||Australian dollar – Japanese yen||2.8|
|AUDUSD||Australian dollar - US dollar||2.7|
|CADJPY||Canadian dollar - Japanese yen||2.8|
|CHFJPY||Swiss franc - Japanese yen||3.4|
|EURAUD||Euro - Australian dollar||3.6|
|EURCAD||Euro - Canadian dollar||3.8|
|EURCHF||Euro - Swiss franc||3|
|EURGBP||Euro - Pound sterling||2.7|
|EURJPY||Euro - Japanese yen||2.8|
|EURTRY||Euro – Turkish lira||11|
|EURUSD||Euro - US dollar||2.4|
|EURNOK||Euro - Norwegian Crone||42|
|EURPLN||Euro - Polish Zloty||20|
|EURSEK||Euro - Swedish Krona||32|
|GBPAUD||Pound sterling - Australian dollar||4.6|
|GBPCAD||Pound sterling - Canadian dollar||4.8|
|GBPCHF||Pound sterling - Swiss franc||4.8|
|GBPJPY||Pound sterling - Japanese yen||3.5|
|GBPUSD||Pound sterling - US dollar||2.6|
|GBPNZD||Pound Sterling - New Zealand Dollar||7.0|
|GBPTRY||Pound Sterling - Turkish Lira||13.0|
|NZDUSD||New Zealand dollar - US dollar||3|
|USDCAD||US dollar - Canadian dollar||2.8|
|USDCHF||US dollar - Swiss franc||3.2|
|USDJPY||US dollar - Japanese yen||2.4|
|USDTRY||US dollar - Turkish lira||7.0|
|USDDKK||US Dollar - Danish Krona||8.8|
|USDMXN||US Dollar - Mexican Peso||55.0|
|USDNOK||US Dollar - Norwegian Crone||40.0|
|USDPLN||US Dollar - Polish Zloty||36.0|
|USDSEK||US Dollar - Swedish Krona||40.0|
|USDSGD||US Dollar - Singapore Dollar||6.40|
|USDZAR||US Dollar - South African Rand||70.0|
|GAUTRY||Gold - Turkish Lira||9.0|
|GAUUSD||Gold - US Dollar||4.3|
|CADCHF||Canadian dollar - Swiss franc||4.3|
|NZDCAD||New Zealand dollar - Canadian dollar||4.3|
|NZDCHF||New Zealand dollar - Swiss franc||4.3|
|NZDJPY||New Zealand dollar - Japanese yen||3.3|
|EURNZD||Euro - New Zealand Dollar||4.3|
|AUDNZD||Australian dollar - New Zealand dollar||3.0|
* Under certain circumstances, market conditions may cause spreads to widen beyond the typical spreads displayed in the above table
I. As a consequence of credit market fluctuations, Domino Forex may change its rollover rates. To see a complete list of our overnight rollovers, please view our Rollover page.
II. Overnight Rollover is calculated at 21:00 GMT on the MT4 platform, with the rollover sum charged or credited directly to and from your trading account. Be aware that on Wednesdays, at 21:00 GMT, as compensation for the upcoming weekend, overnight rollover fees are multiplied by three.
Domino Forex reserves the right, at its own discretion, to widen spreads, lower leverage, control maximum order amounts and limit clients' overall exposure. To see Domino Forex’ Margin Requirements, please view our Margin Requirements page. Please view our Terms and Conditions page to see our full terms.