CFD on stocks

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Dividend adjustment for CFD on stocks

When trading CFD dividend adjustment is taken into account. If you hold an open «Buy» position at ex-dividend date, the amount for adjustment is added to your trading account. If you hold an open «Sell» position at ex-dividend date, the amount for adjustment is charged from your trading account. You can see the example below.

For insnatce, AXP announces the payout of $0.15 per share at May, 21 2007 (declared date). Ex-dividend date is set as June, 3 2007. If you are holding an open position of 1 lot (1000 shares) at July, 3 2007 and this is a «Buy» position, then you will receive:

1000 х 0.15 = 150 USD

If you are holding an open position of 1 lot (1000 shares) at July, 3 2007 and this is a «Sell» position, then you will be charged:

1000 х 0.15 = 150 USD

The dividend adjustment is being added/charged within 3 months starting from ex-dividend date.

Below you can see the table of dividend payouts for companies, whose shares are subject to CFD-trading: