Find out the financing charges you pay or earn when you hold a currency position over a period of time. Please note: This calculator only reflects the calculation of financing charges or credits on legacy accounts. For V20 accounts, it is not accurate when the forex interest rates chart rate has changed intraday. To find out how financing charges or credits are calculated visit here.
How to Use This Tool Select your primary currency. This is the currency the tool will use to show the calculated financing. The current exchange rates and financing are then filled in. Type in the number of units held.
Type in the number of hours the position will be held. The financing charge you’ll receive or pay is shown in the financing field. Negative values indicate financing must be paid. Notes If you want, you can change the current values to use historical currency rates or historical interest rates. To go back to current values, select another currency pair, then select the current currency pair again. Find out more about OANDA financing charges. Embed This Graph You can embed the financing calculator on your own site by copying and pasting the code below.
How This Tool Works This tool calculates the financing charges gained or owed when buying or selling a specific number of units of a currency pair. This is for general information purposes only – Examples shown are for illustrative purposes and may not reflect current prices from OANDA. It is not investment advice or an inducement to trade. Past history is not an indication of future performance. All other trademarks appearing on this Website are the property of their respective owners.
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