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CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 74% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

BuzzFx Futures Commodities

BuzzFx Futures Commodities

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Metals commodities include gold, silver, platinum, and copper. During periods of market volatility or bear markets, some investors may decide to invest in precious metals–particularly gold–because of its status as a reliable, dependable metal with real, conveyable value.
Investors may also decide to invest in precious metals as a hedge against periods of high inflation or currency devaluation.


Energy commodities include crude oil, heating oil, natural gas, and gasoline.
Global economic developments and reduced oil outputs from established oil wells around the world have historically led to rising oil prices, as demand for energy-related products has gone up at the same time that oil supplies have dwindled.


Agricultural commodities include corn, soybeans, wheat, rice, cocoa, coffee, cotton, and sugar.
In the agricultural sector, grains can be very volatile during the summer months or during any period of weather-related transitions.
For investors interested in the agricultural sector, population growth–combined with limited agricultural supply–can provide opportunities for profiting from rising agricultural commodity prices.

Symbol Spread Leverage Short Long Sunday Friday Margin

US Cocoa

Interbank 1-500* -0.5 -1.58 11:45:00 20:29:59 2%


Interbank 1-500* -0.51 -1.54 11:15:00 20:29:59 2%


Interbank 1-500* -0.53 -1.58 1:00:00 23:59:59 2%

US Cotton No.2

Interbank 1-500* -1 -3.3 4:00:00 21:19:59 2%

Sugar #11

Interbank 1-500* -0.13 -0.39 10:30:00 19:59:59 2%

Futures Expiry Dates

  • Open: The price of the first transaction of the day
  • High: The high price for the contract during the trading session
  • Low: The low price for the contract during the trading session.
  • Settle: The closing price at the end of the trading session
  • Change: The change between the closing price of the current trading session and the closing price of the previous trading session. This is usually quoted as a value in dollars—the price—and as a percentage value
  • 52-Week High/Low: The highest and lowest prices the contract has traded at in the last year
  • Open Interest: The number of open or outstanding contracts.
  • Volume: The number of contracts that have changed hands during the session
  • Exchange: The physical exchange through which the contract trades
  • Contract/Ticker: Each futures contract has a specific name/code that explains what it is and when it expires. That's because there are multiple contracts traded throughout the year—all of which generally expire


  • Swaps values may be adjusted daily based on market conditions. Triple swaps are applied every Wednesday.
  • Server Times: Winter: GMT and Summer: GMT (DST) (last Sunday of March and ends last Sunday of October).
  • During the time period from 23:55 to 00:05 server time increased spreads and decreased liquidity can take place due to daily bank rollover. In case of inadequate liquidity/spreads during bank rollover, widened spreads and excessive slippage may occur. Therefore orders may not be executed during these times