Trading Conditions & Prices


As ETFs/ETCs# trade on regular Stock exchanges, commissions follow the commissions for Stock trading on the exchanges.

See Commisions for Stock Trading

Use ETF/ETC portfolio as collateral for margin trading

We normally allow up to 75% of the current value of your ETF investments (allow up to 60% of ETC) as collateral for margin trading.

Live Market Data

By default, clients have access to delayed market data on the equities (including ETFs/ETCs) and futures exchanges on which they are enabled to trade.

To receive real-time market data, clients will have to subscribe to the individual exchanges. Subscription to live price data from an exchange gives you access to live prices on Stocks, Single Stock CFDs, ETFs/ETCs and CFDs on ETFs/ETCs from the particular exchange.

​Read more about subscribing to live exchange data.



Exchange traded funds (ETFs) are open-ended investment funds listed and traded on a stock exchange. ETFs may have complex structures, which involve the use of derivatives. As certain investment products may have been categorized as Specified Investment Products (SIPs), please read our Risk Warning on Overseas- Listed Investment Products. ETFs are not principal-guaranteed and you may lose all or a substantial amount of the money invested. You should carefully consider whether trading in ETFs is appropriate for you based on your financial circumstances and seek independent financial consultation.

# Restrictions apply. Please refer to Information Access and Dealing Restrictions for ETFs and Bonds.