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Morning all,

I have endeavored to find the answer to this question elsewhere, but have struggled... so hoping someone here may be able to point me in the right direction!

How is the price of the US Crude CFD derived?

Am I right in thinking that it is a weighted average of the May-20, June-20 and July-20 future contracts?

If so, in what proportion?

Thank you all

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6 minutes ago, icarus666 said:

Morning all,

I have endeavored to find the answer to this question elsewhere, but have struggled... so hoping someone here may be able to point me in the right direction!

How is the price of the US Crude CFD derived?

Am I right in thinking that it is a weighted average of the May-20, June-20 and July-20 future contracts?

If so, in what proportion?

Thank you all

Hi, see the post in the thread linked below;

 

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3 minutes ago, Caseynotes said:

Hi, see the post in the thread linked below;

 

Thank you very much for pointing me in the right direction - makes perfect sense.

Just another appended question if you don't mind - why can I get up specific future contracts (June, July etc.) when I'm on my ISA and Spreadbetting account, but now when on my CFD account?

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2 minutes ago, icarus666 said:

Thank you very much for pointing me in the right direction - makes perfect sense.

Just another appended question if you don't mind - why can I get up specific future contracts (June, July etc.) when I'm on my ISA and Spreadbetting account, but now when on my CFD account?

apologies if I've misunderstood your question, the isa is a non-leveraged account so won't do futures. A spread bet is a type of cfd and so has the same futures and forwards markets available as the cfd platform.

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9 minutes ago, Caseynotes said:

apologies if I've misunderstood your question, the isa is a non-leveraged account so won't do futures. A spread bet is a type of cfd and so has the same futures and forwards markets available as the cfd platform.

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Apologies for the poor initial phrasing -- will try again!

What ticker did you search on your CFD account to access the above charts?

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2 minutes ago, icarus666 said:

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Apologies for the poor initial phrasing -- will try again!

What ticker did you search on your CFD account to access the above charts?

oh right, if you pull up the spot chart then click the small arrow for the dropdown box to show the related markets. see pic;

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