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Hong Kong 50 HSI

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Trade Hong Kong 50 CFDs which are based on the Hang Seng Index Futures. The HSI is a stock market index that tracks the prices of the biggest companies in Hong Kong's Stock market. Future-HKE

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Trade Hong Kong 50 CFDs which are based on the Hang Seng Index Futures. The HSI is a stock market index that tracks the prices of the biggest companies in Hong Kong's Stock market. Future-HKE

Spread 6 Spread (%) 0.03%
Overnight funding - Buy -0.026% Overnight funding - Sell -0.0014%
Initial margin 0.67% Maintenance margin 0.33%
Leverage 1:150 Expires daily No
Futures Contract June 2024
Automatic rollover

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What is Hong Kong 50?

Hong Kong 50 (HSI) is based on the Hang Seng Index (HSI), a primary stock market indicator monitoring Hong Kong's largest and most actively traded companies. Hang Seng Index stocks are selected based on their market capitalisation, trading volume, and sector representation. Hong Kong's economy is represented by these companies, such as finance, real estate, telecommunications, and technology.

How do I trade Hong Kong 50?

Start trading Hong Kong 50 in 5 steps:
  1. Choose how you want to trade Hong Kong 50
  2. Learn about the Hong Kong 50 Index CFD
  3. Open and verify your Plus500 account
  4. Plan your Hong Kong 50 trading strategy
  5. Start trading!

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Hong Kong 50 FAQ

Hong Kong 50 index futures CFD, based on the Hang Seng Index (HSI) futures, tracks the daily price changes of the largest companies listed on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong (SEHK). The SEHK is one of the largest and most important stock markets in Asia.

Hang Seng Index is a capitalisation-weighted index, as a result, shares of large-size companies with high valuations have a greater effect on the index than those of small-size companies.

The price of the Hong Kong 50 futures contract can be influenced by a number of factors relating to Hong Kong’s economic stability - ranging from its GDP growth rate and government revenues, to changes in interest, inflation and unemployment rates. Furthermore, macroeconomic events and changes in trade agreements with countries in the region and worldwide, tend to move the Hong Kong 50 index futures.

Asia’s leading stock market index futures are open for trading from Monday to Friday. Below are their usual opening and closing times*:

  • Hong Kong 50 – Opens at 01:15 on Monday; Closes at 17:00 on Friday, with a daily downtime of 1 hour between 04:00 to 05:00, as well as between 17:00 to 01:15.
  • Japan 225 – Opens at 22:00 on Sunday; Closes at 21:00 on Friday.
  • Singapore 27 – Opens at 00:30 on Monday; Closes at 20:45 on Friday, with a daily downtime between 09:10 to 09:40, as well as between 20:45 to 00:30.
  • China A50 – Opens at 01:00 on Monday; Closes at 20:45 on Friday, with a daily downtime between 08:30 to 09:00, as well as between 20:45 to 01:00.

* Trading hours are in UTC and may change occasionally depending on the underlying stock exchanges.

Here are six steps to start trading Hong Kong 50 index futures CFD with Plus500:

  1. If you don’t already have an account, open a Trading Account Here.
  2. Complete your account registration and verify any relevant documents as required. Once this is done, you can start depositing funds.
  3. Search for Hong Kong 50 under ‘Indices’ or in the platform’s search bar.
  4. Check for live and historic prices of Hong Kong 50 with Plus500's advanced charting tools.
  5. Consider placing stop orders in advance to lock in profits and limit losses.
  6. Click the ‘Buy’ button if you think Hong Kong 50 will rise in value or the ‘Sell’ button if you think it will fall.
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