On April 1, 2019, IBKR lowered its European stock commission rates for the company's tiered commission schedule. The most expensive tiers above 0.05% (5 bps) were eliminated for all 23 currencies clients are able to trade in.
For EUR, CHF, PLN, ILS and HUF-denominated products, commissions for all Monthly Trade Values up to EUR 50,000,000 are now 0.050% (5 bps). In the United Kingdom, commissions on all Monthly Trade Values up to GBP 40,000,000 are now 0.050% (5 bps).
All exchange, clearing and regulatory fees will continue to be passed through with no markup. There are no changes to the order minimums or maximums, flat rate commissions and commissions for Norway or Sweden, where commissions already start at 0.050%.
Visit our website to view our full commission schedule.
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