Other markets

Find out how you can expand and diversify your trading 
with our niche range of markets.

  • Interest rates
  • Bonds
  • Sectors
  • Exchange traded products (ETPs)

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Interest rates

Take a position on the future short-term (quarterly) direction of a range of global interest rates.

When might you trade on interest rates?   

  • To back your judgement on future changes in short-term interest rates
  • To hedge against other investments affected by interest rates, such as mortgage repayments


  • Choose from a broad selection of global money markets

See our range of tradable interest rates

See spread betting costs and details

See CFD costs and details


Take advantage of the inverse relationship between long-term interest rates and bond prices with our government bond markets.

When might you trade on bonds?   

  • To back your judgement on future changes in long term interest rates
  • To hedge against existing government bond holdings


  • Choose from a comprehensive selection of global government bonds
  • Our contracts are off-exchange, so you can deal in fractions of contracts

See our range of bond markets

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See CFD costs and details


Take advantage of strength or weakness in a particular industry with a sector spread bet or CFD.

We offer more than 35 UK and Australian sectors, including banking, mining and general retailers.

When might you trade on sectors?

  • To take a position based on knowledge or news about a particular sector
  • To hedge against weakness in a sector within a strong overall index


  • Protect against company-specific news that could see an individual stock buck the overall trend of the sector
  • Target gains within a specific sector rather than dilute profits with an overall index position
  • There tends to be less volatility across a whole sector than in individual shares

See spread betting costs and details

See CFD costs and details

Learn more about spread betting or CFD trading.

Exchange traded products (ETPs)

Exchange traded funds (ETFs) are investment products that aim to replicate the movements of a particular stock index.

Exchange traded commodities (ETCs) work in a similar way, either tracking specific commodities or an index of diversified commodities.

When might you trade on ETPs?

  • To track a basket of shares or goods with a single transaction
  • ETPs can have capital gains tax advantages over funds and index trackers*
  • ETPs are sometimes the only way to access exotic markets


  • Combine what would otherwise be several trades in a single transaction
  • Continuous pricing means you can trade at any time during market hours
  • ETFs have the same level of flexibility and transparency as shares

See our ETP costs and details within the spread betting shares list and CFD shares list.

*Tax laws are subject to change and depend on individual circumstances. Tax law may differ in a jurisdiction other than the UK.

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