We source institutional rollover rates and pass them to you at a competitive price.
FOREX.com does not apply rollover interest to intraday trades. That means if you are a short-term trader you can trade as you much want, and you won’t ever have to worry about paying any rollover interest as long as you have no open trades at 5pm New York time, which marks the end of one 24-hour trading day and the start of the next in the global forex market. Other brokers may calculate financing charges continuously and second by second, which would raise your trading costs when you must pay on intraday trades.
The benefits to you:
- You receive some of the most competitive rollover/financing rates in the industry
- You don’t pay rollover at all on intraday trades
- You’ll always know how much you’ll earn/pay; our rollover rates are posted every day and available within the trading platform
Current Rollover Rates
Rollovers can be found in our platforms. They are updated using current prevailing prices. These may vary at the time the rollover is applied. The rates shown are based on a 10,000 position. There are separate rates for long (buy) and short (sell) positions. If the rate is negative, you will be charged the amount shown. If the rate is positive, you will earn the amount shown. Rollovers are only applied to positions open at market close - 5pm New York time.
Advanced Desktop Platform: Click on the "i" icon next to a market in a Watchlist to view details on that market. Rollover information can be found under the financing charge section.
FOREX.com Web Trading: In our web platform, you can view a market’s rollover on its Markets 360 tab. To open this tab, right click on the name of a market and select Market 360 from the dropdown. From there, rollover information can be found under the financing charge section.
FOREX.com Mobile Apps: In our mobile apps, you can view a market’s rollover on its Market Info tab. To open this tab, click on the name of a market and select the Market Info tab. From there, rollover information can be found under the financing charge section.
MetaTrader 4: Right click anywhere in the Market Watch and select Symbols from the dropdown menu to bring up the Symbols window. Select the market you want, then click the Properties button. Details about the market, including the rollover rates, will be shown.