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Spreads

The spread is the difference between the Bid and the Ask price of a given currency pair. The Ask is the price you pay to buy and the Bid is the price at which you sell a currency pair. CMS Forex is an introducing broker for Gain Capital (FOREX.com), and Gain Capital offers variable spreads as low as 0.9 pips on EUR/USD and USD/JPY. Competitive spreads lower your transaction costs per trade and may make it easier to open and close individual positions closer to your target price.

Below is a list of our currency pairs and their new spreads.

Currency Pairs offered through Forex.com as of October 22, 2010:

FOREX.com Dealing Spreads
Product Min Typical Product Min Typical Product Min Typical
AUD/CAD 2 4.3 EUR/NZD 6.8 12.2 USD/CHF 0.9 3.1
AUD/CHF 4.3 4.9 EUR/SEK 20.8 59.8 USD/DKK 3.3 5.5
AUD/JPY 2.8 4.3 EUR/USD 0.9 2.1 USD/HKD 4.3 4.7
AUD/NZD 3.8 8.9 GBP/AUD 3.8 7.3 USD/JPY 0.9 1.9
AUD/USD 0.9 2.3 GBP/CAD 3.8 7.3 USD/MXN 55 90
CAD/CHF 5.3 5.6 GBP/CHF 3.8 6.5 USD/NOK 20.8 50.3
CAD/JPY 2.8 4.5 GBP/JPY 2.1 5 USD/SEK 20.8 43.7
CHF/JPY 1.8 3.7 GBP/NZD 14.5 17 USD/SGD 4.3 4.8
EUR/AUD 3.8 5.8 GBP/USD 0.9 3.2 USD/ZAR 55 85
EUR/CAD 3.3 6.1 NZD/CAD 6.8 7.1
EUR/CHF 1.3 3.5 NZD/CHF 5.3 5.8
EUR/DKK 3.3 5 NZD/JPY 2.8 4.9
EUR/GBP 1 3.7 NZD/USD 0.9 2.9
EUR/JPY 1.1 3.1 SGD/JPY 3.8 4.4
EUR/NOK 20.8 56.8 USD/CAD 0.9 3.7

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FOREX.com’s Competitive Spreads

FOREX.com works hard to provide clients with the lowest possible trading costs, appropriate to current market conditions. Though some dealers may offer lower spreads than FOREX.com, we advise you use caution and consider all the factors before choosing a Forex dealer. As many Forex dealers make a part of their revenue from the Bid/Ask spread, dealers that have a lower spread may offer poor quality of execution by aggressively re-quoting or slipping clients' orders, thus making it difficult for you to enter the market at the price of your choice. Some services offer lower spreads yet charge commissions on trades or levy hidden fees, thus often increasing rather then decreasing the total cost of execution.