Opening price means the price at which Copper was traded at the opening of the exchange. * The highest price achieved is the highest price at which Copper was traded today and * the lowest price is the lowest price at which the shares could be bought today. * Yesterday's final price - is the closing price of the shares on the previous trading day. On business days (excluding weekends and holidays), these data are updated every hour, so
take them as approximate.
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I have no capital or low buget
Don't have enough capital to buy real commodities? Did you know that you can trade CFDs on financial leverage and trade commodities with a small starting capital of $ 100 and participate in the movement of your commodity price, you can also use CFDs to speculate on a decline in the value of commodities and short them.
How CFDs commodities trading works
For example, a leverage ratio of 1 to 20 means you can open a trade valued at 20 times your capital. If you think it will increase in value, you can open a Buy trade. Or, if you think it will decrease in value, you can open a Sell trade. Your profit or loss is determined by the difference between the opening and closing prices multiplied by the amount of contracts.
So, what are the main features of Copper CFD trading?
You can use leverage to multiply your position size. Opening Sell positions is just as straightforward as opening Buy positions. A relatively small amount of money is required to start trading. You can start with free demo account to learn more about trading.
Discover historical prices for Copper over the last few months, excluding weekends and non-trading days. The latest closing price and Open, high, low daily prices.