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Trading conditions for pamm.ecn.mt5 accounts


  1. Between 23:55 and 00:05 (EET) at the bank rollover, liquidity is reduced and so it's possible that both the spread and the processing time for client orders will be increased.
  2. Muslim clients can make a request to cancel swaps on their trading accounts. In order to do so, they must send a request by e-mail to, providing a signed note from a Muslim authority which confirms their faith, or an ID on which their religion is stated. The Swap-free option can be activated for standard.mt4, ecn.mt4 and nano.mt4 accounts. This option is unavailable for PAMM Accounts.
  3. The following groups of instruments are unavailable for trading on swap-free accounts: FX Exotics, FX RUB, FX Special, Commodity CFDs, Commodity & Index CFDs, Index CFDs, and Cryptocurrency CFDs. The EURDKK, EURNOK, EURSEK, and USDNOK currency pairs are also unavailable for trading on swap-free accounts.

Please note:

  1. The amount of leverage provided changes according to the margin requirements.
  2. This information pertains to Forex currency pairs and metals. For CFDs on ECN accounts, the maximum volume of 1 order, or the cumulative volume of all orders allowed for one subgroup cannot exceed 25 lots. For these types of demo accounts, the maximum number of open orders allowed, as well as the maximum total volume of all orders (in lots), may vary from the limits imposed on live accounts.
  3. Double commission is charged for full transactions (opening and closing a position). For pro.ecn.mt4 accounts, the full amount is charged when the position is opened, while for ecn.mt5 accounts, commission is charged separately for the opening and closing of the position. The number of 16 USD is calculated based on the nominal value of positions equal to 1,000,000 USD. For cryptocurrency CFDs, the commission charged is 0.1% of the position size calculated in the base currency. For more information on how commission for ecn.mt5 and pro.ecn.mt4 accounts is calculated, see the trading terms section of the FAQ.
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