Dealing Rates Window
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The Dealing Rates window displays online market information such as dealing rates, spreads, high, low, open, close, etc. about the traded instruments.
The dealing rates of currency pairs and CFDs on indices and shares may be displayed in separate tabs.
You can see the instrument quotes in either the quote list or the quote panel.
The buttons in the upper-right corner of the panel allows you to change the instrument view to Box Quotes (Price Windows), after which you can resize them at will. This option is available for each of the instrument panels.
The information is displayed in columns, and each column can be sorted in an ascending or descending order, by clicking on its title. The columns are described below:
This column shows the important economic announcements and events that may affect your trading. Clicking on the icon will open the Economic Calendar page on our website.
If you hover over the column title:
This column shows the symbol of each instrument.
This column shows the name of each instrument.
The Bid is the price at which you can sell.
The Ask is the price at which you can buy.
A graphic representation of the instrument's price timeline.
Instruments' prices change constantly and the Trend column reflects those changes. The figure in the column shows how much the new price differs from the previous one, in pips.
Positive figures indicate a price rise, and negative ones, a price fall.
This column shows how much the current price differs from the opening price. The difference can be displayed either in pips or percentage. Double-clicking anywhere in the Change column toggles the way the change is displayed (percentage/pips).
The difference between the instrument's Ask price and Bid price is its spread. Spread = Ask - Bid. It is displayed in pips.
High - the highest transacted price during the trading day
Low - the lowest transacted price during the trading day
Open - the first transacted price during the trading day
Close - the last transacted price for the previous trading day
- by pressing this button, you will add a Chart window of the instrument
- if you press this button, a Price window will open of the instrument
- by pressing this button, you will remove the instrument from the Dealing Rates window
Click on the ribbon and it will expand into a drop-down to give you the percentage of buyers and sellers arranged into different categories:
By clicking on the indicator you opens window with all four sentiments:
By marking the relevant radio button, you can select which indicator will be visible in the Quotes panel/New Order/Price Window.
When you place the cursor over the info [i] button in the Instruments column, you can see the full Name of the instrument, High (the highest transacted price during the trading day), Low (the lowest transacted price during the trading day), Open (the first transacted price during the trading day), Close (the last transacted price for the previous trading day), Change % (how much the current price differs from the opening price, in percentage), Closes at (if the instrument is quoted at the moment) or Opens at (if the instrument isn't quoted at the moment), Trading hours (or Holidays - if the instrument is not traded on certain holidays), Expiry date (the expiry date only for futures) and Upcoming events (view upcoming events from economic indicators).
When you click the info [i] button, you can see detailed information about the instrument on our website.
If the instrument you want to trade is not on the list, you can add it by clicking on the button located above the Instruments column. Instruments are grouped by category, and the Add CFD Instruments window will also allow you to manage the instruments in the Dealing Rates windows - you can do that from the Selected Instruments group at the bottom. Click on a check-box to add an instrument or remove the "check" to remove it from your list.
If you are not sure about the name of a company or an instrument, just enter in part of it, a suggestion or a keyword, in the search field and all results corresponding to your search criteria will appear.
Apart from tracking the dealing rates, you can also place orders from this window by double-clicking on a traded instrument.
When you right-click on an instrument, the following context menu opens:
Opens a window in which you can see the last changes in the price of the traded instrument from the moment you open it. You can set the numbers from Settings window (Tools menu) - option Save last N quotes (1 - 2000):