Forex Broker Summary: Easy Forex: Commission Structure
  1. Forex Broker Summary: Easy Forex: Introduction
  2. Forex Broker Summary: Easy Forex: Account Types And Requirements
  3. Forex Broker Summary: Easy Forex: Commission Structure
  4. Forex Broker Summary: Easy Forex: Trading Platforms And Customer Support
  5. Forex Broker Summary: Easy Forex: Additional Information
  6. Forex Broker Summary: Easy Forex: Conclusion

Forex Broker Summary: Easy Forex: Commission Structure

Easy-Forex, like most forex brokers, generates revenues through the bid-ask spread paid by forex traders on each transaction. Since traders buy at the ask price and sell at the bid price, the forex broker profits from the difference between the two. While the actual spreads vary based on the liquidity at the time of the trade, Easy-Forex offers the following estimated spreads:

VIP
Platinum
Gold
Mini
EUR/USD 3 3 4 4
USD/JPY 3 4 4 4
GBP/USD 4 5 5 5
USD/CHF 3 4 4 4
AUD/USD 3 4 4 4
USD/CAD 4 5 5 5


* For a complete list of target spreads, please visit
Easy-Forex's website.

Notably, the listings show the initial standard spreads for various currency pairs, but tailor-made spreads may be available for certain accounts. Traders interested in obtaining the best rates possible should contact their Account Service Managers or Personal Dealers, particularly if they have Platinum or VIP accounts, as the spreads will likely be narrower.

Forex Broker Summary: Easy Forex: Trading Platforms And Customer Support

  1. Forex Broker Summary: Easy Forex: Introduction
  2. Forex Broker Summary: Easy Forex: Account Types And Requirements
  3. Forex Broker Summary: Easy Forex: Commission Structure
  4. Forex Broker Summary: Easy Forex: Trading Platforms And Customer Support
  5. Forex Broker Summary: Easy Forex: Additional Information
  6. Forex Broker Summary: Easy Forex: Conclusion
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