Rollover rate is the interest rate differential between two currencies of a currency pair that is bought or sold. So, if the interest rate on the currency you buy is higher than the one you sold, you earn the interest differential (or rollover amount).
On the other hand, if the reverse happens and the interest rate is in fact lower on the currency you bought, compared to the interest rate on the one you sold then you have to pay the interest differential.
Rollover happens when you hold positions overnight through Trading Close. Whereas open positions get automatically rolled over every day of trading to stop physical settlement from happening. This rollover amount will be settled - i.e., subtracted or added to the account balance and available for withdrawal – on the next business day after Trading Close.
Interests may also be changed on occasion, this is at the sole discretion of ADSS and is based on market conditions.
If you want to find out more about our forex spreads and fees, our OREX platform or even how to set up an account then you can call 3185-0900, or email [email protected].
- 1 basis point=0.0001
- Commissions for forex trades are calculated off the trade value and then converted and charged to the base currency of the account.