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Trade Bonds

Want to trade Bonds like the Euro Bond Futures (FGBL.f), UK Long Gilt Futures (FLG.f) or US 10yr T-Note Futures (TY.f)? With GBE brokers You can trade bonds on CFD basis just like You can trade currencies or metals.

Open Your Demo or Live account now and let us know what You think and what You would like to see next from GBE brokers!

How can You trade bonds with GBE brokers? 

Unlike the traditional purchase of paper bonds – on the CFD market You can benefit from increasing and decreasing prices of bonds. In this way You do not need to collect paper documentation or having to find parties to buy and collect these from You when it comes time to sell. It is good to have in mind that with purchasing the CFD You only have rights on the difference between purchase price and selling price. You do not have any right on the actual bond.

Let’s take a look at the following hypothetical example of trading an bond on CFD*:

If You believe that the value of the Euro Bund Futures (FGBL.f) will increase, You are going to buy (long) 1 CFD Euro Bund at the current market rate which we will assume is 160 EUR. Let’s assume that the price of the Euro Bund and the value of the CFD increases to 165 EUR. If You close your long position of the Euro Bund You purchased before at 160 EUR the difference of 5 points will result in 500 EUR to be Your profit. And vice versa.

*Please note that instrument value weight may change. The examples provided on our website are hypothetical and should not be used as guidance or advice. You can always contact our team if you have a question.

The below table includes all the bonds we offer.

InstrumentsNameMargin %Trading Session
FGBL.fEuro Bund Futures5Mon.-Fri. 10:00-24:00
FLG.fUK Long Gilt Futures5Mon.-Fri. 10:00-20:00
TY.fUS 10yr T-Note Futures5Mon.01:00 - 24:00 Tues. - Fri. 24:00 - 01:00 / 02:00 - 24:00

*In regards to Futures Products please consult our Futures Expiries document. Future Products can be identified by the suffix “.f” at the end of the instrument name.

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