Rollovers are typically the interest charged or earned for holding positions overnight. We strive to keep your trading costs low by sourcing institutional rollover rates and pass them to you at a competitive price.
At FOREX.com, you earn or pay rollovers at a competitive price.
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Rollover rates displayed are based on a 10K position and estimated based on the previous rollover rate and number of days being rolled. For example, typically there are no rollovers on Fridays, and Wednesdays are rolled for three days to account for the weekend. Rollovers also may vary due to month end or holidays.
What is rollover?
When trading a currency you are borrowing one currency to purchase another. The rollover rate is typically the interest charged or earned for holding positions overnight. A rollover interest fee is calculated based on the difference between the two interest rates of the traded currencies.Read More
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A rollover (also known as a financing charge or swap rate) is the simultaneous closing of an open position for today's value date and the opening of the same position for the next day's value date at a price reflecting the interest rate differential between the two currencies. Read more
Rollover rates are based on the interest rate differential of the two currencies and the spot price. However, rollover rates can be impacted by market conditions, especially at the end of a quarter or year. We periodically review our rollover rates and adjust them to fit with current market and industry conditions.
At FOREX.com, rollovers are processed daily at 5:00pm ET, at which time any open positions will be rolled and a debit or credit applied to your account. We do not charge rollover on intraday trades.
At FOREX.com, rollovers are not applied to intraday trades. No interest is paid or received if you open and close a position within the same trading day after 5pm ET and before 5pm ET the following day. Other brokers may apply rollovers on a continuous, second-by-second basis. This policy may ultimately end up raising your total trading costs, especially if the broker's rollovers are not competitive.