Futures contracts & Assets Expiration

Traders can enter into futures contracts, which are agreements for the purchase or sale of assets within a specified timeframe. The majority of futures contracts expire within 30 – 90 days.

Kindly Note:

  • The trading price on Contracts for Difference (CFDs), based on futures contracts is always changing during trading hours. Trading prices are dependent upon market factors.
  • Automatic Future Rolling is available for clients who wish to keep their trades open from the ‘’current’’ contract to the ‘’new’’ contract during the Future contract expiration date.
  • Automatic Future Rolling can be avoided by closing any open trade on Futures before 17:00 GMT on its relevant expiration date.
  • A fee of 25% of the new contract spread will be charged for every single trade that will be automatically extended to the new contract.
  • Price adjustment due to the difference between current and new contract price will be applied in the form of credit or debit to any trade subject to the automatic future rolling.
  • Trading hours may vary according to market liquidity, or holidays.
  • Any open trades on Futures will be rolled over to the new contract at 17:00 GMT on the date of the expiration.
  • All existing pending orders such as Stop-loss, Take-profit and Limit orders placed on a Future instrument will be adjusted symmetrically to reflect the price difference between the expiring and the new contract on expiration date at 17:00 GMT.
  • Please find more info regarding the Automatic Future Rolling in our Terms & Conditions.


Risk Warning: CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. Between 74-89% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.