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FTSE 100 Index futures

Swap Short: 0 PointsSwap Long: 0 Points
Low: 6826.5Spread MT5 floatingHigh: 6966.0
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FTSE 100 Index futures chart

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Here at FxPro, we’re delighted to offer our clients the opportunity to trade CFDs on FTSE 100 Index. This index is calculated by the FTSE Group independent company, which is jointly owned by the Financial Times agency and the London Stock Exchange (hence the second name of #UK100 – FTSE 100). It is considered one of the most influential stock market indicators in Europe. It was started to trade from the level of 1000 points since January 3, 1984. It reached the record level of 6950.6 points on December 30, 1999. After a dramatic fall during the financial crisis of 2007–2010 below the level of 3500, the index recovered to a significant peak of 6,091.33 points in 2011. It was the highest value since mid-2008. In the morning of September 23, 2011, FTSE100 fell below 5000. In 2012, the highest value was 5.586 points. The index is based on the stock prices of the 100 most capitalized companies listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE). The total capitalization of the members of the FTSE100 list is 80% of the total LSE volume. Actually, futures is a standardized forward contract to buy or sell an asset at a predetermined price at a specified time, known as an expiration date. If you want to diversify your trader’s portfolio invested in non-correlated asset class, take a closer look at the price fluctuations of the FTSE 100 Index Futures.

On this page, you can take a look at the live chart to make your own responsible decision to buy or to sell CFD (Contract for Difference) on FTSE 100 Index through the FxPro trading platforms. To start trading, open your FxPro Direct account by clicking the β€œRegister” button at the top of this page. Several convenient top-up methods with 0% commissions are available.

Trading Conditions

Platform
MT4
MT4
MT5
Execution
Instant execution
Instant execution
Market Execution
MT4Floating spreads
Minimum: 40.00Average: 46.00
Market Hours*Closed Now
Market Hours*Closed Now
Minimum Price Fluctuation0.5
1 lot size10 Index
1 tick value5 GBP
Minimum contract size0.01 lot
Minimum step for increasing contract size0.01 lot
Used margin per 1 lot **2.00%
Margin requirements to open a lock position *0
Limit and Stop Level10

FTSE 100 Index Futures Calendar

MonthTickerStart TradingTrading only for closing positionsExpiration date
March 2022#UK100_H2215/12/202116/03/202218/03/2022
June 2022#UK100_M2216/03/202215/06/202217/06/2022
September 2022#UK100_U2215/06/202214/09/202216/09/2022
December 2022#UK100_Z2214/09/202214/12/202216/12/2022
March 2023#UK100_H2314/12/202215/03/202317/03/2023

* Only if Margin Level > 100%

** Margin applies for volumes up to 50 lots. Please refer to Futures Leverage Information for larger volumes

The average spreads provided for each platform are updated on a daily basis to reflect the average for the previous day. Though FxPro attempts to provide competitive spreads during all trading hours, clients should note that these may vary and are susceptible to underlying market conditions. The above is provided for indicative purposes only. Clients are advised to check important news announcements on our Economic Calendar, which may result in the widening of spreads, amongst other instances.

The above spreads are applicable under normal trading conditions. FxPro has the right to amend the above spreads according to market conditions as per the 'Terms and Conditions of Business'.