Here at FxPro, we’re delighted to offer our clients the opportunity to trade CFDs on Swiss Market Index (SMI). This is a key Swiss stock index that includes the 20 largest companies with shares traded on the SSE. The calculation of SMI Index was started on June 30, 1988, at the level of 1500 points. The composition of the index is revised once a year. At the moment, the share of SMI20 on the Swiss stock market is more than 85%. The list of companies included is divided into the following categories: banks, insurance companies, investment, healthcare industry, biotechnology, business consulting, and the real sector (electronics, oil equipment manufacturing, food processing). The peculiarity of SMI is that almost all of its members provide consulting services. Actually, futures is a standardized forward contract to buy or sell an asset at a predetermined price at a specified time, known as an expiration date. If you want to diversify your trader’s portfolio invested in non-correlated asset class, take a closer look at the price fluctuations of the Swiss Market Index (SMI).
On this page, you can take a look at the live chart to make your own responsible decision to buy or to sell CFD (Contract for Difference) on futures on this index through the FxPro trading platforms. To start trading, open your FxPro Direct account by clicking the “Register” button at the top of this page. Several convenient top-up methods with 0% commissions are available.
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When you open a CFD position on indices with us, it will be aggregated and matched with other FxPro clients’ positions in the same market. Any excess exposure from our predefined in-house limits is hedged with our liquidity providers.
Price adjustments may be applied to eliminate the impact on clients’ trading accounts from a corporate action. Margin requirements may be subject to change before earnings announcements or any corporate action.
If you hold an open position on shares or Indices at the start of the business day (Server Time 00:00), which coincides with the ex-date of the respective underlying asset, a dividend is paid (or charged in the case of short positions). For Buy positions, the payment will be net of any withholding tax implications.
Withholding taxes depend on the country where the stock is domiciled, and clients are responsible for reporting withholding taxes in their respective country of residence.
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