Leverage reduction on Gas CFD

Due to the possible increase of volatility in the price of gas in the coming weeks, Dukascopy is temporarily reducing leverage on gas CFD (GAS.CMD/USD) to 1:10.

The leverage reduction measure will be applied in two steps:

  • For clients with no open positions in the instrument the change will be done immediately (Monday, 25 May 2020).
  • For clients that have existing open positions in the reference instrument, the reduced leverage will come into effect as of the market opening, on Sunday, 31 May.

We invite all traders with open positions in GAS.CMD/USD to consider the necessary adjustment of their exposure before the weekend market closure.

The reduced leverage will stay in force until further notice.

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