The underlying instrument of the BUND, the Euro-Bund Futures Index portfolio, holds the nearest maturity Euro-Bund Futures contract and consists of German government bonds.
Can be viewed in the dealing rates and create order windows on the trading station, or by using the CFD Product Guide
Trading Hours, Expiration and Reference Month
Please click here for trading hours. Please note, however, that hours are subject to change based on Daylight Savings Time. Any holiday hours will be posted here. FXCM expiration dates and current reference month for BUND are located in the FRIEDBERG DIRECT CFD Expiration PDF.
If you have an open position, the reference month you are trading will not be changed, although expiration dates may be amended. Upcoming reference months may be changed with no prior notice. Please ensure you are aware of which reference month is currently being priced, prior to opening a trade.
Clients that hold an open position on the ‘FXCM Expiration’ will be closed at our bid/offer at 17:00 New York time for BUND, which means the client will realise any floating P/L at the time it is closed. When BUND expires, all pending Entry orders and Stop/Limit orders that are associated with the expiring contract will be cancelled. Clients will need to re-establish another position if desired after the expiration and reinsert Stop and Limit orders to the new open position.
The BUND has a target spread of 5.6 pips/points.
Max Contract Size
The maximum number of contracts per click (trade) for BUND is 500.
Minimum Pip Cost (Value)
The BUND has a minimum value of 0.10 per point (Your per point value may be different if your account is denominated in a different currency. Please refer to the Simple Dealing Rates Window in Trading Station for this value).
The pip/point location is shown below. Each 0.01 price movement on the BUND is 1 pip/point. Friedberg Direct’s pricing displays an additional decimal place - ideal for scalpers in a fast-moving market.
Number of Friedberg Direct Contracts to Equal 1 Future
100 Friedberg Direct BUND Contracts are currently equivalent to one Euro-Bund Future.
The BUND has no financing cost (Rollover).
The BUND currently has a minimum stop distance of 5 pips (.05).