Our charges and margins

We are clear about our charges, so you always know what
fees you will incur when you trade with us

Spreads, commissions and margins

You pay a spread on every non-share CFD and you pay commission on every share CFD trade.

Shares

Share category

Commission 
per side

Min charge
(online)

Margin req

Singapore 0.10% $15 10%
UK 0.10% £10 10%
US 2 cents per share
 
US$15
 
10%
 
Euro1 0.10%
 
€10
 
10%
 

 

 

With share CFDs you trade at the real market price, so we don't attach our own spread. Instead, we take a small commission when you open the position, and again when you close it. In each instance, a minimum charge applies.

See full shares costs and details

Forex

Market name

Value
per point

Min spread

Ave spread

Margin req

Spot EUR/USD US$10 0.8 1.5 2%

Spot AUD/USD

US$10 0.8 1.5 2%
Spot EUR/GBP £10 1.0 2.0 2%
Spot USD/JPY Y1000 0.8 1.5 2%


 

The spread is the difference between our Sell and Buy prices. We derive these prices based on the underlying market’s value.

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Indices

Market name

Value of one contract

Available spread

Margin per contract

Singapore Blue Chip
24 hours
SGD200 0.2 5%
FTSE 100
24 hours
£10 1 5%

Wall Street
24 hours

$10 1.8 5%
Australia 200
24 hours
AUD25

1
 

5%

 

The spread is the difference between our Sell and Buy prices. We derive these prices based on the underlying market’s value.

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Commodities

Market name

Value of one contract

Spread

Margin per contract

Spot Gold $100 0.5 20%

Spot Silver

$50 3 20%
US Light Crude $10 6 20%
Brent Crude US$10 6 20%

 

 

 

The spread is the difference between our Sell and Buy prices. We derive these prices based on the underlying market’s value.

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Binary options

Market name

Value of one contract

Spread

Margin per contract

Spot Gold $100 0.5 20%

Spot Silver

$50 3 20%
US Light Crude $10 6 20%
Brent Crude US$10 6 20%

 

 

 

The spread is the difference between our Sell and Buy prices. We derive these prices based on the underlying market’s value.

See full binary costs and details

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View shares example

Buying Barclays: detailed

  CFD
Underlying market/value Barclays Plc 289.85/290
Our price 289.56/290.29
Trade

Buy at 290

Trade size 2000 shares
Margin required

£580

Number of shares x price x margin rate (10%)

What happens next? By 4.35 the market has risen to 291.95: this is the price our funding is calculated at. It rises steadily the next day, reaching 295.05
Funding

Overnight funding charge of £0.48

(One-month Libor + 2.5% eg 0.49% + 2.5%) x number of shares x price)/365

(2.99 % x 2000 x 2.9195)/365

Underlying market

294.85/295.05

Close

Sell at 294.85

Gross profit

£97

294.85 – 290 = 4.85p

4.85p x 2000 shares = £97

Costs

Commission £ 20

Value of position x 0.10% (Minimum £10)

(2000 x 2.90) x 0.10% = £5.8

(2000 x 2.9485) x 0.10% = £5.90

Funding: £0.48
Net profit

£76.52 profit subject to tax

What if...

If the underlying market fell to 282.25 instead:

282.25 – 290 = -7.75p

-(7.75p x 2000 shares + £0.48 + £20) 

£175.48 net loss

 

Our storefront office is open from 9am - 6pm Monday to Friday.

You can all us on +65 6390 5118, 24 hours a day Monday to Friday. Alternatively, email us at helpdesk@ig.com.sg.

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View forex example

Buying GBP/USD: detailed

  CFD
Market Spot GBP/USD
Price 1.55797/1.55805
Trade

Buy 1 contract at 1.55805 (1 contract = £100,000)

Margin required

One contract is £100,000 and the margin rate is 2% = £2000

What happens next? GBP/USD climbs one hundred points into the next day. 
Funding

Funding = size x (tom-next rate + admin fee of 0.3% pa)

£10 x 0.25 = £2.50

Price

1.5695 - 1.56958

Close

You sell at 1.5695

Gross profit

£1145

1.5695 – 1.55805 = 0.01145

Number of contracts = 1

Value per contract £100,000

0.01145 x £100,000 = £1145
Costs

0.8 point IG spread (included)

Funding cost = £2.50
Net profit

£1142.50

What if...

If the market dropped 114.5 points instead:

£1145 + £2.50

Net loss = £1147

 

View indices example

Selling the Hong Kong HS50: detailed

  CFD
Underlying market/value Hang Seng Index MAR15 Future 24570
Our price

Hong Kong HS50 Cash

24567/24573

Trade

Sell at 24567

Trade size

1 contract

HKD 50 per point

Margin required

HKD50 x 1 x 24567 x 5% = HKD 61,417.50

Contract Size x Number of contracts x Index level x Margin rate

What happens next?

The market drops to 24345 at 10pm (UK time), when funding

is calculated. It rises a little overnight, to 24350

Funding

Funding = HKD 75.37

(One-month Hong Kong inter-bank rate eg 0.24% minus 2.5%

x HKD50 x 24345)/365

Close

Buy at 24350

Overall market movement & profit/loss

Gross profit subject to tax = HKD 10,850

24567 - 24350 = 217

One contract is worth HKD 50 per point

Costs

1-point IG spread (included)

Funding cost: HKD 75.37

Gross profit

Gross profit subject to tax = HKD 10,850

24567 - 24350 = 217

One contract is worth HKD 50 per point

Net profit

HKD 10,774.63 net profit

What if...

If the market rose 220 points instead:

220 x HKD 50 + HKD 75.37

HKD 11,075.37 gross loss

 

View commodities example

Buying Spot Gold: detailed

  CFD
Market and price Spot Gold 1447.96/1448.46
Trade

Buy at 1448.46

Trade size Buy 1 lot (1 lot = $100 per point)
Margin required

Margin required is 20% of total exposure = $28,969.20

What happens next? Gold rallies $10 over the day. At 10pm, the cut-off time for funding, the market is at 1458.46
Funding

0.048 x $100 = $4.80*

(tom-next rate + 0.3% pa admin fee) x deal size

Close

The market continues to rally and you sell your position to close at 1463.46

Gross profit

$1500

1463.46 – 1448.46 = 15

Value per point = $100

15 x $100 = $1500
Costs

0.5 point IG spread (included)

Funding cost = $4.80
Net profit

$1495.20

What if...

If the market dropped 15 points instead ($15):

$1500 + $4.80

Net loss = $1504.80

 

View binary option example

MSCI Singapore Free Index 380: detailed

  CFD
Underlying market/value MSCI Singapore Free Index 380
Our price Singapore Blue Chip to rise [>383.5] 67.2 – 76.2
Trade

Buy at 76.2

Trade size

One contract

Each contract is worth USD 10 per point

Margin required

USD 762

Binary price x contract size x no. of contracts

What happens next?

The market rises by the close. The official closing level of the  MSCI

Singapore Free Index , as reported by Bloomberg, is 385

Underlying market

385

Close

Sell at 100

Gross profit

SGD 238

100 – 76.2 = 23.8

Value of one point = SGD 10

23.8 x SGD10 = SGD 238

Costs

A (variable) spread of 9 points was applied to the opening spread price

Net profit

SGD 238

What if...

If the underlying market had dropped by the same amount and settled at 375, the binary would have settled at 0 resulting in a loss of USD 762

 

Funding and interest

Forex and Cash CFDs

If you keep a Cash CFD position overnight, we will make an interest adjustment to your account to reflect the cost of funding your position. This includes Share and Index CFDs, and excludes Gold and Silver.

The interest adjustment is based on 1-month interbank funding rates (e.g. SIBOR for Singapore Dollar denominated trades) and includes our charge of 2.5%.

If you are trading mini or micro contracts, the charge will be 3%.

Cash CFDs

Long positions

Short positions

Our charge is added to the relevant interbank rate.
 
Eg. If the 1-month SIBOR is 0.8%, you will pay 0.8% plus 2.5% (annualised).
If the interbank rate is greater than our charge, you will receive the difference between these rates.
 

E.g. If the interbank rate is 3%, you receive 3% minus 2.5% (annualised).

 

If the interbank rate is lower than our charge, you will pay the difference between both rates.

 

E.g. If the interbank rate is 0.8%, you will pay 1.7% (annualised).

* In this example we are using our charge of 2.5%. For short positions on shares, a borrowing charge will apply.

 

Forex CFDs

For Forex, Spot Gold, and Spot Silver, we charge funding based on the current Tom-next rate, and include our charge of 0.3% (0.8% for mini contracts).

The Tom-next rate is a market convention used to calculate the cost of rolling a currency pair over from the previous day.

The interest adjustment will be made for any Forex position you hold as at 10pm London time.

For most pairs, the Tom-next rate acts on a T+2 basis, and this means that interest for the weekend is adjusted two days earlier, in contrast to the interest adjustment for Share CFDs where you pay weekend interest if you hold it past the close of the market on Fridays.

The Tom-next convention also observes bank holidays so this may have an effect on the interest adjustment.

Futures and forwards

For fixed-expiry trades on stock indices and commodities we offer futures for CFDs. For fixed-expiry shares and forex. We build the overnight funding charges into the spread, so that everything is included, for futures and forwards. This makes it easier to identify your break-even level on your trade.

Non-share markets

Stock index

Futures spread

Forex pair

Forward spread

Commodity

Futures spread

FTSE 100 4 EUR/USD 10 Spot gold 0.6
Wall Street 6 GBP/USD 9 Spot silver 3
Germany 30 6 AUD/USD 10 Light Cruide oil 6
More indices More forex pairs More commodities

 

Cash vs Future example

 

Cash vs Futures example

Cash CFD vs Futures CFD: Singapore Blue Chip

For Futures CFDs, we build the overnight funding charges into the spread. This makes it easier to identify your break-even level on your trade.

  Cash CFD Futures CFD
Underlying market/value

MSCI Singapore Free Index APR 15 Future 380

Our market/spread

Singapore Blue Chip Cash

(SGD 40 Mini Contract)

Spread of 0.2 points

383.9/384.1

Singapore Blue Chip Cash

(SGD 40 Mini Contract)

Spread of 0.4 points

379.8/380.2

Trade

Buy at 384.1

Buy at 380.2

Trade size

3 contracts

SGD 40 per point

3 contracts

SGD 40 per point
Margin required No. of contracts x notional value x margin

2 x 384.1 x SGD 40 x 5% = SGD 1536.40

No. of contracts x notional value x margin

2 x 380.2 x SGD 40 x 5% = SGD 1520.80

What happens next?

The market rises 5 points over the next 5 days and the

MSCI Singapore Free Index APR 15 Future reaches 385

Funding

5 day funding charge

(assuming the average price is 388):

 

5 days x No. of contracts x notional value x

(1 month SIBOR + 3%) ÷ 365 days

 

= 5 x 2 x 388 x SGD 40 x (0.68% + 3%) ÷ 365

 

= SGD 15.65

Included in the spread
Close

Sell at 388.9

Sell at 384.8

Net profit

(388.9 – 384.1) x SGD 40 – SGD 15.65 = SGD 176.35

(384.8 – 380.2) x SGD 40 = SGD 184

What if...

If the market fell 5 points instead:

 

5 day funding charge

(assuming the average price is 379):

5 days x No. of contracts x notional value x

(1 month SIBOR - 3%) ÷ 365 days = SGD 9.64

 

(378.9 - 384.1) x SGD 40 - SGD 9.64

 

SGD 217.64 net loss

If the market fell 5 points instead:

 

(374.8 - 380.2) x SGD 40

 

SGD 216.00 net loss

 

Our storefront office is open from 9am - 6pm Monday to Friday.

You can all us on +65 6390 5118, 24 hours a day Monday to Friday. Alternatively, email us at helpdesk@ig.com.sg.

Please note that between 22:00pm and 8:00am we only offer limited phone dealing options.

How is funding calculated?

Understanding margins

Our margins are among the lowest in the CFD industry. Through a system of tiered margining we can offer lower rates for the majority of positions.

What is margin?

Margin trading gives you full exposure to a market using only a fraction of the capital you’d normally need.

Margin is the amount of money you need to open a position, defined by the margin rate. 

CFD are leveraged product, you don’t need to pay the full value of your exposure in order to trade. Instead, you’ll only need to put up a fraction of your total exposure to open your position.

There are two types of margin to consider:

Initial margin

The initial margin is the minimum amount you’ll need to put up to open a position. It is sometimes called the deposit margin, or just the deposit.

Maintenance margin

The maintenance margin, also known as variation margin, is extra money that we might need to request from you if your position moves against you. Its purpose is to ensure you have enough money in your account to fund the present value of the position at all times – covering any running losses.

Margin at IG

At IG we offer competitive margins across our full range of markets.

We operate a tiered margining policay on all our markets, excluding binaries.

Smaller trade sizes generally benefit from better market liquidity and these positions attract our lowest margin rates.

Things to remember

  • Ensure you have enough funds in your account to cover both margin and losses.
  • Your CFD account is margined independently, funds in one account will not cover the margin requirement or losses in another.
  • Limit potential losses and reduce your margin requirement by using stops (tier one only).

How are margins calculated?

Charges and funding FAQs

What are your trading hours?

Our storefront office is open from 9am - 6pm Monday to Friday.

You can all us on +65 6390 5118, 24 hours a day Monday to Friday. Alternatively, email us at helpdesk@ig.com.sg.

Please note that between 22:00pm and 8:00am we only offer limited phone dealing options.

How does overnight funding work?

When you trade with us, you trade on margin. This means you provide only a deposit to open a position, and we in effect lend you the rest of the money required. If you close your position on the same day, there is no funding fee. If you keep it open overnight, we charge a small fee to cover the cost of the money you’ve effectively borrowed.

For share and stock index trades, this funding fee is based on the relevant interbank rate for your traded currency, plus or minus our small admin fee, depending on whether your position is long or short.

For forex and spot metals trades, it is the tom-next rate plus a small admin fee.

For commodities and other futures markets there is no overnight funding fee because the cost of funding is built into the spread. 

Are charges fixed or do they vary? 

Spreads

Our forex spreads vary depending on underlying market liquidity. The more liquid the market, the narrower our spread – as low as 0.8 pips.

Our stock index spreads vary by the time of day. During the underlying market hours we offer our standard and tightest spreads. When we offer an out-of-hours market, so that you can benefit from 24-hour trading, we offer a wider spread.

Commission

Our share CFD commissions vary depending on the host country for your stock. All Singapore shares are subject to a flat 0.10% commission with a minimum of SGD 15, while all US stocks are subject to a commission of 2 cents per share with a minimum of USD 15. Please see our contract details page for all our share CFD commissions.

Overnight funding

The overnight funding fee is calculated using the relevant interbank rate for stock index and share trades. The fee for forex trades is calculated using the tom-next rate. These rates change daily, varying the funding fee each day. Do note that mini and micro CFD contracts are subject to a higher admin fee.

Do you offer guaranteed stops?

Yes. There is a small, one time fee when you choose to attach a guaranteed stop to your opening trade. Guaranteed stops allow you to pass the risk of slippage to us and ensure that your trade is closed at the price that you specify

What are interbank and tom-next rates?

The interbank rate is the interest rate charged between banks for short-term loans. It is a key indicator for other interest rate charges, which is why we use it as a basis for calculating our overnight funding fees for your share and stock index trades.

Tom-next is the rate used to calculate the funding adjustment when a forex position is held overnight. It is an industry-standard rate, derived from the interest rate differentials of the pair’s currencies and market expectations of interest rate change. 

Is there a currency conversion charge?

CFDs traded in a currency other than your account’s base currency may incur a currency conversion charge. Our default setting is instant conversion and we also offer daily conversions. When there is a credit or debit to your account, for example, when you close a position and realise a profit/loss, the amount is converted to your base currency at the prevailing rate including our charge of 0.3%.

 

Extra services and charges

For shares CFD trading there are some extra services that we charge for.

Service

Charge

Direct Market Access (DMA) There’s no charge for using DMA to trade CFDs on forex and shares, though in order to access live DMA prices for some shares you’ll need to pay a refundable monthly exchange fee. 
Live price data feeds Obtaining live share prices from an exchange to trade share CFDs will incur a monthly fee. This is refunded if you place a minimum number of trades a month.
ProRealTime Charts Subscribing to real-time charts costs SG$60 per month. This is refunded if you place four or more trades a month.
Inactivity fee We charge a SG$25 fee on the first of every month, if no trading activity has occurred for two years or more. 

 

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Funding on FX and spot metals

Funding on FX and spot metals

Tom-next rate for EUR/USD:

  • Short -0.15,
  • Long -0.39

On a long position, you will pay 0.39 pips. If you bought 5 standard EUR/USD contracts, the calculation would be:

No. of contracts x value per pip x number of pips for the adjustment

= 5 x USD 10 x 0.39 = USD 19.50

On a short position, you will pay 1.39 pips. If you sold 3 mini EUR/USD contracts, the calculation would be:

3 x USD 1 x 0.15 = USD 0.45

Funding on Cash Indices

Funding on Cash Indices

Size refers to the number of contracts.

Value per pip refers to the change in profit/loss for every 1 point change in the price.

Price refers to the price of the contract as at 10pm London time. For Australian dollar denominated contracts, this adjustment is calculated as at 4.50pm Sydney time.

For standard contracts our charge is 2.5%, and for mini and micro contracts we charge 3%.

If your trade is in SGD

Size × price × value per pip x (1 month SIBOR +/- 2.5%) ÷ 365

If you bought 1 Singapore Blue Chip (SGD 40 Mini Contract) worth 388, with SIBOR at 0.68%, you pay:

1 x 388 x SGD 40 per point x (0.68% + 3%) ÷ 365 = SGD 1.56 per day

If you sold 1 Singapore Blue Chip (SGD 40 Mini Contract) worth 388, with SIBOR at 0.68%, you pay:

1 x 388 x SGD 40 per point x (3% - 0.68%) ÷ 365 = SGD 0.99 per day

Shares margin

Share margins CFD

Margin requirements for CFD positions with non-guaranteed stops are capped at the amount of margin for no stop (ie if the stop is wide then the calculations used may give a higher margin requirement than the calculation for no stop. If this happens then we limit the margin to the amount required for the same position with no stop).

 

No stop

Number of shares x share price x margin percentage

If you held 1000 shares of CapitaLand Ltd and the price was 3.58, the margin would be:

1000 x 3.58 x 10% = SGD 358

 

Stop

(Margin for no stop x slippage factor) + (value per point x stop distance)

Following the same example of 1000 CapitaLand Ltd shares at price of 3.58, with a non-guaranteed stop set 3 cents away:

(358 x 30%) + (1000 shares x 0.01 cents per ‘point’ x 3 cents) = SGD 137.40

The margin requirement will be capped at the amount of margin for no stop, i.e. if the stop is placed very far away, the margin will be limited at SGD 358. This also means that setting a non-guaranteed stop too far away will not help to reduce the margin requirement.

 

Guaranteed stop

The value at risk if the Guaranteed Stop is triggered, plus 10% to cover any holding costs, for example funding, dividend or interest requirements.

For 1000 CapitaLand shares with a guaranteed stop 10 cents away, the margin requirement is:

1000 x 10 cents x 110% = SGD 110

Please note that there is a small premium when using guaranteed stops, which is a percentage of the notional value of the trade, and it will be charged when the trade is opened.

Forex margins

Forex margins CFD

No stop

Number of contracts x contract size x price x margin percentage

If you held 2 contracts of the Spot FX EUR/USD, the margin requirement will be:

2 x EUR 100,000 x 2% = EUR 4,000 OR

2 x EUR 100,000 x 2% x 1.0762 = USD 4,304.80

 

If you held 3 contracts of the Spot FX USD/SGD (mini), the margin requirement be:

3 x USD 10,000 x 2% = USD 600 OR

3 x USD 10,000 x 2% x 1.3626 = SGD 817.56

 

Stop

(Margin for equivalent trade with no stop x slippage factor)  + (Number of contracts x value per pip x stop distance)

If you held 2 contracts of the Spot FX EUR/USD with a non-guaranteed stop 20 points away:

(EUR 4,000 x 30%) + (2 x USD 10 x 20) = USD 1,600

 

If you held 3 contracts of the Spot FX USD/SGD (mini) with a non-guaranteed stop 30 points away:

(SGD 817.56 x 30%) + (3 x SGD 1 x 30) = SGD 335.27

The margin requirement will be capped at the amount of margin for no stop, i.e. if the stop is placed very far away, the margin will be limited at SGD 358. This also means that setting a non-guaranteed stop too far away will not help to reduce the margin requirement.

 

Guaranteed stop

The value at risk if the Guaranteed Stop is triggered, plus 10% to cover any holding costs, for example funding, dividend or interest requirements.

For 3 contracts of the Spot FX EUR/USD (mini) with a guaranteed stop 20 pips away, the margin requirement is:

3 contracts x USD 1 per pip x 20 pips x 110% = USD 66

Please note that there will be a small premium in the form of an extra spread added to the opening price of the trade when you use guaranteed stops. This cost is shown on the deal ticket.

Index margins

Index margins CFD

No stop

Number of contracts x notional value of the position x 5%

For 2 contracts of the Singapore Blue Chip (SGD 10 Micro) at the price of 388, the margin requirement is:

2 x 388 x SGD 10 x 5% = SGD 388

 

Stop

(Margin for equivalent trade with no stop x slippage factor)  + (Number of contracts x value per point x stop distance)

Continuing the above example, for the same contract with a non-guaranteed stop 25 points away, the margin requirement is:

(SGD 388 x 30%) + (2 x SGD 10 x 25) = SGD 616.4 (in this case, the non-guaranteed stop is too far away and the margin will be capped at SGD 388)

If the non-guaranteed stop was set at 10 points away, the margin requirement will be:

SGD 388 x 30%) + (2 x SGD 10 x 10) = SGD 316.40

The margin requirement will be capped at the amount of margin for no stop, i.e. if the stop is placed very far away, the margin will be limited at SGD 358. This also means that adding a non-guaranteed stop will not help to reduce the margin requirement.

 

Guaranteed stops

The value at risk if the Guaranteed Stop is triggered, plus 10% to cover any holding costs, for example funding, dividend or interest requirements.

For 2 contracts of the Singapore Blue Chip (SGD 10 Micro) with a guaranteed stop 15 points away, the margin requirement is:

2 x SGD 10 x 15 points x 110% = SGD 330

Please note that there will be a small premium in the form of an extra spread added to the opening price of the trade when you use guaranteed stops

How are tiered margins calculated?

Tiered Margins

On Shares, Forex, Indices and Commodities, you will see Tiered Margins in the ‘Get Info’ or ‘Market Info’ page. This means that if your position exceeds a certain size, the margin requirement for the next tier will increase.

If your position exceeds the first tier, then non-guaranteed stops will not help to reduce the margin requirement. The margin calculation for the entire position will be the same as a position with no stop.

Margin requirement for 100,000 shares of CapitaLand Ltd at the price of 3.58

Tier 1

  • 0- 70,000
  • 10%

Tier 2

  • 70,000 - 700,000
  • 20%

Tier 3

  • 700,000 - 4,480,000
  • 50%

Tier 4

  • 4,480,000+
  • 75%

 

Margin requirement for 100,000 shares of CapitaLand Ltd at the price of 3.58

70,000 x 3.58 x 10% = SGD 25,060

For the next 30,000 shares, the margin requirement is:

30,000 x 3.58 x 20% = SGD 21, 480

In total, the margin requirement will be: SGD 46,540.

The margin requirement will still be the full amount, i.e. SGD 46,540, if you place a non-guaranteed stop on your position. This is because your position exceeds the Tier 1 size.

Tiered margining

What is tiered margining?

Tiered margining enables us to set margin rates that reflect and best fit the size of your aggregate position* in a particular market. The majority of positions will attract our lowest margin rates, reflecting the liquidity of the market at smaller deal sizes. The largest positions may require greater margin, as it is more difficult to trade out of these positions quickly.

We will determine your initial margin using a table of four incremental tiers. The margin rate will increase progressively as your aggregate position moves up from one tier to the next. However, only the portion of your position that falls into a higher tier will be subject to its increased margin rate.

The range of the four tiers differs for every market.

See our tiered margining list for share CFDs. For our tiered margining levels on other markets, please use Get Info inside our trading platform. 

*For the purposes of tiered margining, your aggregate position includes your non-limited-risk open positions and orders to open.

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+65 6390 5118

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