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Additional charge with description CRPREM when closing trades on Indices.

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Hi, I'm new to trading Indices. 

Recently when closing a few trades on Indices, there were additional charges (type: WITH, Description: ... CRPREM ...), which I have no idea, couldn't find any information about this.

For example, SGI was charged -4, US Tech 100 was charged -5, China H-Shares was -10, Japan 255 didn't have this.

Anyone knows about this?

Thank you very much.

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Hi - thanks for your question. This is the cost of the Guaranteed Stop which is only charged if it's triggered. CRPREM stands for Controlled Risk Premium. I hope this clarifies things. 

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Guest How is it calculated?

May I know how is CRPREM calculated?

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