How are Plus500 prices calculated?

Plus500 quotes prices with reference to the price of the relevant underlying financial instrument and its spread.
Our prices are obtained from a range of independent third-party market data providers who source their price feeds from relevant exchanges. An adjustment (i.e. the spread) is then applied automatically, to arrive at the Plus500 price.This spread is paid by you, but is incorporated into the quoted rates and is not an additional charge or fee payable by you above those quoted rates.
Plus500 offers a fixed or dynamic spread for its instruments. The calculation of the spread can be conducted by subtracting the sell price from the buy price of the instrument. The dynamic spread can change during the period a position is open, whereas the fixed spread remains unchanged from the time you open the position till the position is closed.
The pricing generated for our cryptocurrency CFDs is derived from specific cryptocurrency exchanges. Please bear in mind that Cryptocurrency prices may vary widely between cryptocurrency exchanges.
Information regarding the spread for a given instrument can be found on our website or trading platforms in the “Details” link next to the instrument’s name.

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