Benefit from the most liquid financial market and trade CFDs with more than 150+ FX currency pairs. We offer all major FX pairs along with several minor ones.
Forex market trading hours is from Sunday 22:05 to Friday 21:59, However, currency pairs below have their own trading hours:
All timings are in server time (GMT+0).
Swap is the interest that is applied to all forex trading positions that are left open overnight. Swap rates differ from one currency pair to another.
When the swap rate is negative, this means that a swap is deducted from a position. However, when there’s a positive figure for the swap rate, the amount is credited. Swaps occur at 22:00 GMT+0 each day, excluding the weekend, until the position is closed.
Please bear in mind that when trading forex pairs, triple swaps are charged on Wednesdays to cover financing costs incurred over the weekend.
We do not charge swaps for the instruments marked in the table above if you have Extended swap-free status.
If you are a resident of a Muslim country, all accounts are automatically swap-free.
Please note that the stop level values in the table above are subject to change and may not be available for traders using certain high-frequency trading strategies or Expert Advisors.
Margin requirements for exotic currency pairs always remain fixed, regardless of the leverage you use. The margin for these instruments is held in accordance with the instruments’ margin requirements and is not affected by the leverage on your account.
The margin requirement for your account is tied to the amount of leverage you use. Changing leverage will cause margin requirements to change.
Just as spreads may change depending on market conditions, the amount of leverage available to you can also vary. This can happen for a number of reasons that are explained below.
Maximum leverage changes based on your account’s positions:
|0 – 1
|1 – 5
|5 – 20
From 15 minutes before the publication of high-level economic news until 5 minutes after, margin requirements for new positions opened on affected forex instruments are calculated with a maximum leverage of 1:200.
You can find out when major economic news is due for release on our Economic calendar.
An increased margin rule also applies to all forex trading that happens during weekends. All instruments during this period are subject to a maximum leverage of 1:200. Holidays are slightly different as only certain instruments and markets may be affected by this rule. When there is a change in margin requirements due to holidays, we will inform you via email.
You can read more about the changes in margin requirements in the FAQ section below.
Forex trading is an abbreviated form of foreign exchange trading and it is the action of exchanging currencies from around the world. The foreign exchange marketplace is globalized and decentralized where currencies are bought, sold, and exchanged at a certain rate. This rate is usually the result of various factors influencing the Forex marketplace. These factors include but are not limited to the supply and demand of the currency, public debts, political scenarios, economic conditions, account deficit, and inflation.
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GTC offers major and minor FX pairs
Constituting more than 80% of the global FX trade these four major currency pairs EUR/USD, USD/JPY, GBP/USD, and USD/CHF are the most actively traded currencies. Try your hand at Forex and enjoy a slice of the profit!
GTC offers all major currency pairs. Dive into the world of Forex and trade on a winning pair!
GTC trades several pairs outside of the U.S. dollar, known as minor forex pairs GTC offers, a basket of currency pairs including but not limited to, EUR/GBP, EUR/CHF, EUR/AUD, GBP/JPY, CHF/JPY, NZD/JPY, GBP/CAD.
Currency pairs constitute one currency from a developing country and one from among the dominating currencies. Exotic pairs are the third most traded currency pairs in the world. Try your hand on one of these pairs and bet against or for them!
GTC offers a range of Exotic pairs, such as AUD/ZAR, AUD/SGD, CHFZAR, GBP/MXN, NOK/SEK, EUR/CZK, JPY/NOK and so so many more!!
Pairs classified by regions that exist within the same geography are regional pairs, such as AUD/NZD, AUD/SGD, EUR/NOK … Regional pairs are another example of a currency cross where the USD is surpassed.
Trading Forex with GTC will allow you to choose the pairs you deem lucky.
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Risk Warning:Investing in derivative products carries significant risks and may not be suitable for all investors. Leveraging in these instruments can increase the level of risk and potential loss exposure. Before making any decision to engage in foreign exchange trading or CFDs, it is essential to carefully assess your investment objectives, level of experience, and risk tolerance. You should only invest funds that you can afford to lose. We strongly encourage you to educate yourself thoroughly about the associated risks and, if you have any questions, seek advice from an independent financial or tax advisor.
GTC Global Ltd, is limited company incorporated in Mauritius (file number: C188049). It is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Commission in Mauritius (license number: GB22200292) as an SEC-2.1B Investment Dealer (Full Service Dealer Excluding Underwriting). Registered address: Silicon Avenue, 40 Cybercity The Cyberati Lounge, c/o Credentia International Management Ltd, Ground Floor, The Catalyst, 72201, Ebene Mauritius. Official website: www.gtcfx.com
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