Do CFDs have expiration dates, and if they do, what are they?

The expiration date for CFDs on commodities, indices and bonds, coincides with the expiry date of the relevant futures. For example, a contract for Brent crude oil for delivery in April 2018 expires on 9 March 2018. The expiration time is 00:00 EET. However, AMarkets offers so called “spliced” futures, which means that clients’ trades won’t be closed automatically on the day of expiration, allowing clients to successfully hold long-term positions.

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