Trade Commodity CFDs With Plus500

Trade a variety of popular commodity CFDs with leverage. Gold, Oil and Silver are all available on our leading trading platform.

Oil barrels and gold ingots

Plus500AU Pty Ltd AFSL #417727, Derivatives issuer licence in New Zealand, FSP No. 486026

Based in Sydney

Trading Commodities With Leverage

Commodities CFDs are available for trading at Plus500 with up to 1:20 leverage. You can start trading with as little as NZ$200 to gain the effect of NZ$4,000 capital!

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Simple Account Management

Quick and smooth funding process via bank transfer, credit/debit card and more. Various tools to manage your monetary and trading activity including a free-of-charge notifications service.

Profit and Loss Control

On the Plus500 trading platform, you can easily define Stops and Limits to request positions' closure at a specific rate. To completely avoid slippage, you can also set a Guaranteed Stop.

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  • Plus500 is mainly compensated for its services through the Bid/Ask spread.
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Why Plus500?

Understandable Platform

Competitive Spreads

Authorised and Regulated

Negative Balance Protection

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Plus500 News & Market Insights

Dollar’s Strength Pushes Gold Lower
Jun 30 2021

Dollar’s Strength Pushes Gold Lower

On Tuesday, Gold fell to its lowest point since mid-April as the Dollar appeared to be headed for its largest monthly gain in over a year.

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How Did the Fed Minutes Release Affect the Price of Gold?
May 20 2021

How Did the Fed Minutes Release Affect the Price of Gold?

The price of Gold hit a four-month high yesterday. However, after the release of the minutes from the Federal Reserve Board meeting in April, the price fell back down to near-high levels.

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Brent Oil Price Rises as Fuel Outlooks Improve
May 18 2021

Brent Oil Price Rises as Fuel Outlooks Improve

Brent Oil price jumped to nearly $70 a barrel yesterday as fuel outlooks continue to grow more optimistic in parts of the U.S., and China’s economic recovery began its rebound at the start of 2021, boosting Oil demand.

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