Competitive Pricing

Saxo Bank is the preferred provider of online Forex trading for thousands of investors worldwide, thanks to our aggressive pricing, outstanding reliability, and our range of more than 182 different FX crosses. Full pricing and trading conditions are found on saxobank.com

  • Forex 
    Trade on live streaming prices with tailored liquidity up to EUR 25m and take advantage of up to 1:50 leverage.

    Ten most traded currency crosses:

    Spread in Pips​
    EURUSD​​2​EURJPY​3.5
    GBPUSD​3​​GBPJPY​7
    ​AUDUSD​3​USDCAD​4
    ​EURCHF​3​USDCHF​3
    ​EURGBP​3​USDJPY​2

     

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  • FX Options 
    Saxo Bank is a leading market maker in OTC Forex Options, providing tailored liquidity and immediate trade execution on live streaming prices for over 40 of the most traded currency crosses including Gold and Silver.
     
    Our innovative FX Options Board covers maturities from 1 day to 6 months. Other maturities are available for a fully customisable trade ticket or on a Request for Quote basis.
     
    Spreads depend on currency, time to market and your account type.
     
    See all FX options spre​ads on our full site www.SaxoBank.com.
     
  • Contract for Difference (CFDs) 

    Flexible trade sizes tight spreads and sophisticated tools let you maximise your trading opportunities.

    CFDs on Stock Indices​from 0.9 points​
    CFDs on Stocks and ETFs​from 0.10%​
    CFDs on Commodities​from 0.06 points​
    CFDs on Bonds​from 0.03 points​
    CFDs on Forex​from 1 pip​


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  • Stocks and ETFs 
    With Saxo Bank's award-winning trading platforms, you can trade Stocks from all the world's major stock exchanges, putting around 19,000 Stocks and more than 3,101 ETFs at your fingertips. Access the industry's best trading tools, in-depth Equity Research, Stock Screener, risk management tools and world-class technical and fundamental analytics – all designed to help you unlock your online Stock trading potential.
     
    With Saxo Bank you are able to use the value of your Stock and ETF positions as collateral to open FX, CFD, Futures or Contract Options positions.
     
  • Stock Options 
    Saxo Bank offers 200 of the world’s most active and liquid Stock Options, covering the US, Europe and Asia-Pacific. So whether you want to trade options on Facebook, Apple, Vodafone or Rio Tinto, you can access these and many other Stock Options on our trading platforms.
     
  • Futures 
    With 200 different Futures Contracts to choose from all you need to decide on is where the best investment opportunities are. From agriculture to energies, metals to financials, it is all there.
     
    Futures Contracts are traded on derivatives exchanges at market bid/ask prices with margin requirements set by the exchange. Saxo Bank charges a competitive commission (as low as USD 1.50) per contract traded.
     
  • Contract Options 
    Saxo Bank gives you access to trade the most liquid Contract Options in the most interesting markets worldwide. Multiple contracts are available within: Agriculture, Energy, Equity, Indices, Forex, Interest Rates and Metals. Contract Options are traded on derivatives exchanges at market bid/ask prices with margin requirements set by the exchange. Saxo Bank charges a competitive commission (as low as USD 1.50) per contract traded.
     
    NO minimum ticket fees – NO overnight carry costs – NO Custody fees – NO trading platform fees.
     
  • Bonds 

    Saxo Bank supports offline trading of a wide range of Sovereign, Government and Corporate Bonds in US dollars, Euro and British pound through direct telephone and online access to specialist dealers.

    With Saxo Bank you are able to use the value of your Bond portfolio as collateral to open FX, CFD, Futures or Contract Options positions.

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