|International Order Book (IOB)*||0.15%||US$15||US$25|
1 Euro includes: Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain.
* IOB Shares are Depository Receipts that trade on the International Order Book on London Stock Exchange
^ Nine Singapore shares are denominated in US dollars and have a minimum charge of US$15. These are:
- Chemoil Energy Ltd
- Dairyfarm International
- Genting Hong Kong
- Hong Kong Land Holdings
- Hutchison Port Trust Holdings
- Jardine Matheson Holdings Ltd
- Jardine Strategic Holdings Ltd
- Mandarin Oriental International Ltd
- Pacific Shipping Trust
How do we make our share prices?
IG’s derived share price is a real-time price, created from the raw data of one or more exchanges, which can’t be reverse-engineered back to the original price.
Derived prices are available as the free data option, and only on our OTC platforms. You’ll continue to see real-time raw exchange data if you upgrade your data feeds or if you access our DMA platform.
Why is IG quoting derived prices?
How do derived prices compare to raw exchange prices?
Will stop and limit execution remain the same?
Will my open positions be valued against derived or exchange prices?
Do charts display derived prices?
What will happen to delayed prices with snapshots?
Am I not trading on true exchange prices?
Can I view raw exchange data?
Markets with derived prices
- North America
- Australia, SA and Far East
We offer all the constituent shares of each country's principal index. These contracts are denominated in euros, and euro interest rates apply; except for Danish, Norwegian, Swedish and Swiss shares, which are denominated in Danish kroner, Norwegian kroner, Swedish kronor and Swiss francs.
|Germany||DAX, HDAX, MDAX|
|Sweden||OMX Stockholm Benchmark|
% Client receives on long position
% Client pays on short position
|Swiss Virt X||65||100|
While we have tried to make the information in the above table as comprehensive and up to date as possible, please remember that these details are subject to changes.
- Commission charges
- Limited risk transactions
- Margin percentage
- Minimum opening value
- Dealing hours
- Rights issues
- Conversion of profit/loss