CFDS Rollover

CURRENT AND EXPIRING CFD CONTRACTS
Trading CFDs is a great way to take advantage of price fluctuations in the financial markets. It’s important to note that the CFDs listed here do not have an expiration date but use as a reference the calendar below.

rollover: How it works

Up to 3 days prior to the official expiration date (Maturity), Accounts with Open Positions of the Expiring underlying Futures instrument will be adjusted to ensure Clients do not Gain/Lose due to the difference in price between Old and New Contracts. Clients will incur costs in relation to the Spread Cost in closing Old Contract and opening New Contract.
What this means for you
If you are holding a position in any Continuous CFD contract, and you do not wish to be debited or credited when the rollover occurs, are advised to manually close their positions before the CFD expiration date.
CFD SymbolRollover date
CFD Symbol:CottonRollover date:5/2/2022
CFD Symbol:WHEATRollover date:5/9/2022
CFD Symbol:CornRollover date:5/9/2022
CFD Symbol:VIXRollover date:5/16/2022
CFD Symbol:AMSTERDAM25Rollover date:5/16/2022
CFD Symbol:FRANCE40Rollover date:5/16/2022
CFD Symbol:SPAIN35Rollover date:5/16/2022
CFD Symbol:COFFEERollover date:5/16/2022
CFD Symbol:CRUDE.OILRollover date:5/16/2022
CFD Symbol:PlatinumRollover date:5/23/2022
CFD Symbol:CopperRollover date:5/23/2022
CFD Symbol:NATURALGASRollover date:5/23/2022
CFD Symbol:MSCISRollover date:5/30/2022
CFD Symbol:HK50Rollover date:5/30/2022
CFD Symbol:BRENTOILRollover date:5/30/2022
CALCULATION PROCESS

To calculate the CFD Rollover Charge, CMTrading takes the Difference in Prices between the two contracts (Old and New) from the Exchange at the end of the trading day before expiration then add our Spread. The resulting amount is either Credit or Debit to the Client Account via Trade Transaction; CFD ROLLOVER

Formula:

[Number of Lots x Contract size x (New Contract Price – Old Contract Price) – Spread Cost]

*Spread Costs are calculated based on Market Spreads at the time of the Rollover Calculation.

General Rule:

New Price < Old Price >> Credit for Long Positions / Debit for Short Positions

New Price > Old Price >> Debit for Long Positions / Credit for Short Positions

Example 

Crude Oil Trade: 100 Barrels (0.1 Lot)
Lot Size: 1,000 Barrels
Old Contract Price: $70.00
New Contract Price: $70.40
Price Difference = $0.40 (40 pips)
Typical Spread: 3 pips (0.03)

For such Trade:
Long Position: (0.1 x 1000 x -0.40) – (0.03 x 100) = -$43.00

Short Position: (0.1 x 1000 x 0.40) – (0.03 x 100) = $37.00   

Debit/Credit will appear in your account according to the example below:

CFDS Rollover
Time Type Symbol Lots Price Time Price2 Profit Comment
2021.07.29 13:33:59 buy cfdrollover 1.00 1.00 2021.07.29 13:33:59 1.00 -43.00 Expiration Charge
If old contracts are not closed by the end of trading on the expiration date, CMTrading reserves the right to close position(s) at the last available market price and not re-open positions under the new contract.

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