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Overnight Funding Charge Calculator.

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I've just spent the past hour trying to understand exactly what I would be charged for holding CFD contracts overnight. I'm talking Oil, PMs & stocks. And the calculations are different for each. Is there not a calculator somewhere on the site that can give me this information quickly?

 

Please someone tell me there is.

 

TIA

 

 

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