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Indices CFDs

Deal on the world's major stock indices CFDs – with low margins and more 24-hour markets than any other provider.Trade DAX out-of-hours on a 5-point spread, and FTSE 100 on a 4-point spread.

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Why trade indices CFDs with IG?

  • 24-hour dealing

    On 16 indices, including Wall St and FTSE 100

  • Desktop, mobile, tablet

    Stay in touch with our multi-device platform

  • Free live prices, data

    Plus expert analysis to help with your strategy

  • Risks

    Margin trading is a high-risk geared investment. You have to read and understand the Risk Disclosure Notice before you apply to begin trading with us. 

  • MT4 product details

    Full indices MT4 product details, including dealing hours, spreads and margins.

Summary of standard spreads

Deal on indices as a CFD. Download MT4 to get faster execution and greater automated trading. 

 

CFDs

MT4

FTSE 100 1.0 1
Wall Street 1.8 2.8
Germany 30 1.0 1
US 500 0.4 0.4
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New to indices trading?

A stock index is a hugely important part of our financial world, but it is nothing more than a number representing the top shares from a particular exchange.

For example, the FTSE 100 represents the largest 100 companies traded on the London Stock Exchange. If, on average, the share price of these companies goes up - then the FTSE 100 will rise with them. And if they fall, it will drop.

Other examples of stock indices include:

  • Dow Jones, Nasdaq and S&P (US)
  • DAX and CAC (Europe)
  • Hang Seng, Nikkei and ASX  (Asia-Pacific)

Most of these are calculated using a capitalisation-weighted average, which means the size of each company is taken into account. The more a particular company is worth, the more its share price will affect the index as a whole.

However, the Dow Jones and Nikkei are price-weighted indices, where shares with higher prices have more influence. This means a stock trading at $100 is given 10 times more weight than one at $10.

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CFDs are a leveraged product and can result in losses that exceed deposits. Trading CFDs may not be suitable for everyone, so please ensure you fully understand the risks and take care to manage your exposure.

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