• Our FX spreads start at
    0.5 points. (That’s pretty tight.)

    We’re squeezing the spreads on all our major currency pairs:
    • Trade EUR/USD from just 0.5 pts
    • Trade USD/JPY from just 0.5 pts
    • Trade GBP/USD from just 0.8 pts

     

    Major Forex Market Information

    Market
    Minimum Spread
    Average Spread*
    Margin from
    AUD/USD
    0.5 points
    0.73 points
    2%
    USD/JPY
    0.5 points
    0.77 points
    2%
    EUR/USD
    0.5 points
    0.69 points
    2%
    GBP/USD
    0.8 points
    1.22 points
    2%
    EUR/GBP
    0.8 points
    1.08 points
    2%

    *The 'average spread' is a time-weighted average taken from all quotes over the first quarter of 2017.

    Our Variable Spreads offer great value

    Major FX pairs including EUR/USD, USD/JPY and AUD/USD are priced from just 0.5 pts and our GBP/USD spread is just 0.8 pts. With a number of big risk events this year including ongoing Brexit negotiations, a UK election and a general election in Germany, these tighter spreads offer FX traders an opportunity to maximise their potential earnings. Find out more about FX trading with City Index here.

    Enjoy tight spreads from 0.5pts on major FX pairs

    FX Trading – The numbers that matter

    $5.1 trillion

    Average daily turnover of global FX market, making it the most heavily traded market in the world

    24 Hours a day

    FX markets open at 22:00 GMT on Sunday and remain open 24 hours until 22:00 GMT on Friday.

    84

    Number of currency pairs available to trade at City Index.

    What are some of the major FX pairs?

    GBP/USD

    Sometimes referred to as “Cable” the GBP/USD currency pair has a colourful history with The Times first publishing the daily exchange rate in 1886.

    EUR/USD

    The most heavily traded currency pair in the world, the “Euro Dollar” refers to the rate of exchange between the market’s two strongest currencies.

    EUR/GBP

    The EUR/GBP pair represents a cross between the two powerhouse economies in Europe and is especially sensitive to BoE and ECB policy changes.

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