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Access world-wide futures markets

Global access to futures futures markets

Span the globe from Chicago to Singapore and beyond. Online Futures trading at Saxo Bank let’s you take advantage of the world’s major markets at low commission rates.

Our leading online platform opens a huge range of products up to you – from oil and metals to currencies, bonds, and agriculturals. With us you can connect with indices across the global Futures markets, including CME Group, Eurex and Euronext.

What does Saxo Bank have to offer?

  • Outstanding market liquidity and tight spreads on all major contracts.
  • Trading on agricultural products, oil and energies, base metals, precious metals, bonds, currencies, short-term interest rates, meats, softs and stock indices.
  • With 200+ Futures contracts spanning 22 global exchanges trade from a wide range of asset categories like energy, agriculture, precious metals, currencies, softs and Stock Indices.
  • Access to 175+ contracts on live market prices from over 21 Futures exchanges around the world.
  • Place Use Limits, Stop-Limit, Stops and Trailing Stops using the trade, order or account summary modules.
  • What is a Futures Contract?

    A Future is a contract between two parties to buy or sell a specific commodity or financial instrument at a pre-determined price on a particular future date.


    Futures contracts can be based on a variety of underlying assets, from traditional commodities like corn and wheat to different asset classes, such as government bonds, interest rates, energies and stock indices.


    Transparent Pricing


    As highly liquid exchange-traded financial instruments, Futures can be traded on tight spreads. They incur low transaction costs, and pricing is transparent due to the level of specificity found in Futures Contracts, as well as the regulations imposed by the various exchanges.

    No physical delivery


    The underlying security cannot be physically delivered on expiry of a Futures Contract. On or before the expiry of a Futures Contract, Saxo Bank will cash settle a client's positions on their behalf. Read more about expiry of Futures.

  • Futures trade on margin

    As Futures contracts are essentially an agreement to buy or sell a certain asset at a given future date, actual payment does not occur prior to the trade. Instead, buyers and sellers of Futures must commit trade collateral. This is also known as "margin".


    The size of the margin is determined by the Futures exchange and is the same for all traders. Depending on the asset traded, you can expect a requirement of approximately 1%-10% margin.


    Use your Stock portfolio as margin

    Giving you the extra flexibility to manage your portfolio, Saxo Bank allows you to use the value of your Stocks as collateral for margin trading. Thus you have the agility to seize your trading opportunities.  See all Futures Trading Conditions

  • Trade Contract Options with Saxo Bank

    Our Futures offering is complimented with access to the world’s most liquid exchange listed options contracts. We call them Contract Options – a great alternative to Futures trading.

    Both Contract Options and Futures are listed on derivatives exchanges and enable you to trade the world’s most liquid markets, such as currencies, indices, commodities etc.

    Read more about Contract Options.

Volume-based commission

Reduced costs for online futures trading through volume-based commissions.

See all Futures Commissions