Spliced futures – what’s the difference?

AMarkets uses splicing for futures CFDs. The main feature of spliced futures is that it doesn’t specify a month. As a result, after each expiration, when the liquidity period ends, the contract won’t be renamed and the price feed won’t be changed to the new contract, which is very convenient for trading and analyzing quotes. We recommend taking this feature into account since the quoted futures prices may differ from the quotes of futures contracts in certain periods.

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