Commodity CFDs

Trade spot and future commodity prices on metals, energy and agriculture.

What are commodities?

Commodities are the lifeblood of our global economy and commodities trading is one of the world’s oldest trading forms, existing before currency, bonds and stocks.

Commonly tradable commodities are categorised into one of four groups – energy (including crude oil), metals (such as gold, silver and copper), agricultural (including coffee, wheat, sugar and cocoa) and finally livestock and meat (including cattle).

Commodities trading is ideal for those who prefer to analyse supply and demand across the world, and how these affect commodities prices, in response to economic and political events.

 

Benefits of Trading with House of Borse

  • Low spreads through our ECN liquidity pool
  • Direct market execution though our ECN model
  • Low commissions
  • No extra fees
Instrument Live Bid Ask
XAUUSD - - -
XAGUSD - - -
UKOUSD - - -
USOUSD - - -

Prices above are for indicative purposes only and subject to our website terms and conditions

Commodities CFD Markets

Symbol Instrument Currency Required Margin1 Contract Size MinTrade Size (Lots) Tick Factor2 Tick Value3 Charging Structure4 Financing Charged5
XAUUSD Spot Gold USD Dynamic 1 CFD = 100 Troy oz 0.1 0.1 10 USD Commission & Spread Yes
XAGUSD Spot Silver USD Dynamic 1CFD = 5000 OZ 0.1 0.01 50 USD Commission & Spread Yes
USOUSD US Oil Spot USD Dynamic 1CFD = 1000 Bls 0.1 0.01 10 USD Commission & Spread Yes
UKOUSD UK Oil Spot USD Dynamic 1CFD = 1000 Bls 0.1 0.01 10 USD Commission & Spread Yes
Symbol Currency Contract Months Required Margin1 Contract Size MinTrade Size (Lots) Tick Factor2 Tick Value3 Charging Structure4 Financing Charged5
Silver_xx USD MAR, MAY, JUL, SEP, DEC Dynamic 1 CFD = 1000 troy ounces 1 0.001 1 USD Commission & Spread No
Platinum_xx USD JAN, APR, JUL, OCT Dynamic 1 CFD = 10 troy ounces 1 0.1 1 USD Commission & Spread No
Gold_xx USD FEB, APR, JUN AUG, DEC Dynamic 1 CFD = 10 troy ounces 1 0.1 1 USD Commission & Spread No
NatGas_xx USD Monthly Dynamic 1 CFD = 1,000 MMBtu 1 0.001 1 USD Commission & Spread No
US_Oil_xx USD Monthly Dynamic 1 CFD = 100 barrels 1 0.01 1 USD Commission & Spread No
UK_Oil_xx USD Monthly Dynamic 1 CFD = 100 barrels 1 0.01 1 USD Commission & Spread No
HGrade_xx USD MAR, MAY, JUL, SEP, DEC Dynamic 1 CFD = 2000 LBS 1 0.0005 0.5 USD Commission & Spread No

1 The Margin requirement is dependent on the size of your position and will vary for the position hedged (under Dynamic Margin Requirement). For further information click here.

2 Tick Factor is the value of the smallest whole unit movement of the specified instrument. It is the reference point used to calculate profit/ loss.

3 Tick Value is the amount of profit/ loss made for a 1 tick move (see tick factor)in the specified product.

4 Charging structure is how you will be charged for trading the specified product. Both Commission and a spread mark up are charged for cash commodities. Please see Pricing sheet below for the trading costs.

5 House of Borse Limited currently charges financing costs for cash/ spot CFD products but not for expiring/ futures products. Please see Trading Cost Guide for further information regarding financing, or click here.

6 Futures CFDs will have expiry dates. Expiry dates for CFDs can be seen on the client terminal.

7 Any expiring (Futures) open positions are settled/ closed out on our quote after 17:00 GMT one day prior to the expiration date of the market.

8 IT IS THE CLIENT’S RESPONSIBILITY TO BE AWARE OF MARKET EXPIRIES AND MANAGE POSITIONS ACCORDINGLY.

9 Three (3) days prior to the contract expiration no new opening orders will be allowed in an expiring cfd market. Clients will only be allowed to close existing positions and cancel placed orders.

10 All orders in CFDs are routed as Market orders.

11 The base currency of your account(s), is the currency denomination that you have selected for your main account according to the application submitted to open an account with us.

For Spot Commodities commission stated is per $100,000 of notional amount traded in a USD denominated account. If the FX crosses traded do not have a USD base currency, or if the account is denominated in a non-USD currency, then conversion may apply and/ or the commission will be adjusted pro-rata to get the same equivalent commission as for a USD account trading $100,000 notional. All other CFDs are charged commission on a per lot basis.


Liquidity and spreads can change due to market conditions. The information in this table is correct at the time of publication, we reserve the right to change its contents at any time. For up to date information please refer to the trading platform or call the support desk.

1 The Margin requirement is dependent on the size of your position and will vary for the position hedged (under Dynamic Margin Requirement). For further information click here.

2 Tick Factor is the value of the smallest whole unit movement of the specified instrument. It is the reference point used to calculate profit/ loss.

3 Tick Value is the amount of profit/ loss made for a 1 tick move (see tick factor)in the specified product.

4 Charging structure is how you will be charged for trading the specified product. Both Commission and a spread mark up are charged for cash commodities. Please see Pricing sheet below for the trading costs.

5 House of Borse Limited currently charges financing costs for cash/ spot CFD products but not for expiring/ futures products. Please see Trading Cost Guide for further information regarding financing, or click here.

6 Futures CFDs will have expiry dates. Expiry dates for CFDs can be seen on the client terminal.

7 Any expiring (Futures) open positions are settled/ closed out on our quote after 17:00 GMT one day prior to the expiration date of the market.

8 IT IS THE CLIENT’S RESPONSIBILITY TO BE AWARE OF MARKET EXPIRIES AND MANAGE POSITIONS ACCORDINGLY.

9 Three (3) days prior to the contract expiration no new opening orders will be allowed in an expiring cfd market. Clients will only be allowed to close existing positions and cancel placed orders.

10 All orders in CFDs are routed as Market orders.

11 The base currency of your account(s), is the currency denomination that you have selected for your main account according to the application submitted to open an account with us.

For Spot Commodities commission stated is per $100,000 of notional amount traded in a USD denominated account. If the FX crosses traded do not have a USD base currency, or if the account is denominated in a non-USD currency, then conversion may apply and/ or the commission will be adjusted pro-rata to get the same equivalent commission as for a USD account trading $100,000 notional. All other CFDs are charged commission on a per lot basis.

12 'xx' refers to the expiry month and year. The first letter is the expiry month:
Month codes are as follows: F Jan, G Feb, H Mar, J Apr, K May, M Jun, N Jul, Q Aug, U Sep, V Oct, X Nov, Z Dec And Second letter is the year:
e.g. Sep-2020 is 'U0' Where the ‘0’ represents 20


Liquidity and spreads can change due to market conditions. The information in this table is correct at the time of publication, we reserve the right to change its contents at any time. For up to date information please refer to the trading platform or call the support desk.

Our business Model is designed for High trading volume

Silver trader

100
Less Than Milion
Commision
$9+ from 0.001 Tick
$5+ from 0.001 Tick

GOLd trader

1
Up To YARD
Commision
$8+ from 0.001 Tick
$3+ from 0.001 Tick

platinum trader

1
More Than YARD
Commision
$7+ from 0.001 Tick
$1.5+ from 0.001 Tick

Please see Commodities CFDFinancial Termsfor further details.