Jump to content

DFB expiry for spreadbetting


jack

Recommended Posts

I understand that DFBs will expire on 1 April 2016 for positions opened before 29 August 2015.

So, what would happen to those DFBs when they expire on 1 April 2016?

 

Would there be a rollover, and a new DFB will be opened?

And, would there be a charge/cost/spread to carry out the rollover?

 

Link to comment

Hi Jack. As you said correctly, any DFBs opened prior to 29 August 2015 are due to expire on 1 April 2016. When they expire the positions will be closed and won't be affected by any automatic rollover instructions you may have set up on your account. Therefore, if you'd like the positions to be rolled over into a new DFB you would need to call us to speak to a dealer who can manually roll over your positions. This will be done with no additional charges, so your position(s) will simply be closed and reopened at the same price. The new DFBs will have an expiry of 6 April 2029. 

Link to comment
  • 1 year later...

Hi , thanks for the post!

 

So we can take a look at your account and answer your question, please could you either call the helpdesk whenever is convenient for you (0207 896 0079), or email your details to helpdesk.uk@ig.com?

 

We look forward to hearing from you!

 

Thanks,

Hannah

Link to comment

Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

  • General Statistics

    • Total Topics
      20,005
    • Total Posts
      87,992
    • Total Members
      69,001
    • Most Online
      7,522
      10/06/21 10:53

    Newest Member
    Jibruce
    Joined 27/09/22 08:17
  • Posts

    • Early Morning Call: GBP recovers awaiting BoE moves   This is here for you to catch up but if you have any ideas on markets or events you want us to relay to the TV team we’re more than happy to.
    • For more up to date news on how markets will open, the latest earnings and economic news, watch IGTV live in the platform at 07:30am UK. Today’s coverage:   Indices: Wall St down again, more companies complaining about strong $. Europe expected little changed FX: USD on a breather today. GBPUSD has regained much of the loss it saw on Monday Equities: Earnings – FERG CBG UU. POR to price at the top end of IPO range at €75bln Commods: Gold and oil both up, but remain firmly on the downtrend. Lumber 4th straight day of decline      
    • Asian markets stabilised overnight, or at least tried to, as the selling in risk assets eased for the time being. Even sterling managed to edge up against the dollar after its roller-coaster ride yesterday, not that the Bank of England did very much to improve the pound's chances against the greenback. The Dow Jones joined the S&P 500 in bear market territory yesterday, and while things have calmed down for now investors remain very nervous about the prospects for the global economy. Curiously, there are further signs inflation might ease off in due course, most notably the drop in oil prices to their lowest level since January. But for the moment central banks have inflation in their sights and are determined to press on with rate increases and running down their holdings of assets purchases under QE programmes.   
×
×
  • Create New...