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SPY Trading online at CAPEX.com. Trade SPY CFDs with live News, Price & Analysis Charts and quotes.

Spread Per Unit
Overnight Rollover - Long
Initial Margin
Leverage
Overnight Rollover - Short
Maintenance Margin
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Spread (as low as)
Spread Type
Leverage
Trading Hours (GMT)
Lot Size
Overnight Rollover (long)
Overnight Rollover (short)
0.60 (USD)
Variable
1:5
Mon - Fri: 13:31-20:00
1
-0.0076%
-0.0063%

Spread represents the difference between ASK price and BID price. CFD Rollover adjustment consists of the difference in price between expiring contract and new contract as well as the spread of the CFD. Swap is the overnight interest credited to or debited from an account where positions are held overnight. For further information, please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions page.

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About Spy and Spy Trading

The SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY) is designed to provide investment returns corresponding to the price and yield performance of the USA500 Index on a day to day basis. However, it would help if you always kept in mind that there is no guarantee the funds will meet their stated investment objective. SPY was launched in 1993 as the very first ETF listed in the United States.

The USA500 Index is composed of five hundred (500) selected stocks and spans over approximately 24 separate industry groups. The SPY is a diversified basket of assets, allocating its fund into multiple sectors, such as information technology, healthcare, financial services, communication services, industrials, consumer defensive, consumer cyclical, utilities, or real estate.