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What types of CFD have an expiry date?

CFDs on shares, on ETFs, and on indices have no expiry. If you decide to relinquish the position all you need to do is to sell it. CFDs that have an expiry date include:

 

  • Futures;
  • Commodities;
  • Bonds and Interest Rates;
  • Forex.
      

The expiry date for the above CFDs is specified on the trade ticket when you place the order.


Cornèrtrader’s Instrument Explorer gives a clear presentation of CFDs and distinguishes between the types that expire and the types that do not.

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