Margin requirements changes for indices

Dear traders!

Due to the crisis in the global financial markets, starting from 18.03.2020 for instruments of the “Continuous CFDs on Indexes” group – AU200, DE30, DJI, EU50, FR40, GB100, HK50, JP2000, Nd100, NIKKEI, RUT2000, SP500 – margin requirements temporarily decline to 1% and the day before weekend, as well as the day after the weekend, margin requirements will be 3%. For the USVIX index, a margin of 50% remains for all days. And also, in some special cases, a temporary increase in margin is possible on other trading days.

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