Financial Spread Betting on the Repsol Share Price

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How to Financial Spread Bet on Repsol

For example, let's assume that you sign into the Financial Spreads website and see a price of:

  Repsol Rolling Cash Sell

1682.3
Buy

1706.7


Here's a brief guide to how it works.

MarketRepsol Rolling Cash
The Quote1682.3c - 1706.7c
How This WorksYou can bet on the Repsol Rolling Cash market moving:

  Spread Betting Above 1706.7c, or
  Spread Betting Below 1682.3c

This spread betting market is a 'Rolling' market which means that there is no closing date. If you decide not to close your trade and the trading session ends then your trade will roll over to the next trading session.

If a trade is rolled over then you will normally either pay or receive interest for overnight financing based upon whether you are betting on the market to increase or decrease. For additional details see Rolling Spread Betting.
Units TradedSpread betting trades on the Repsol market are priced in £x per cent price movement.

E.g. if Repsol moves 50.0c then you would lose/win 50 times your stake.
Stake Size per UnitYou decide how much you would like to stake per cent, e.g. £2 per cent, £8 per cent, £10 per cent etc.
Quick Staking ExampleIf, as an example, you have a stake of £2 per cent and Repsol moves by 32.0c, you would lose or win £2 per cent x 32.0c = £64.


Spread Betting Example - Taking a Bullish View of Repsol

Financial spread betting on the equity to move higher

You Choose to Buy or Sell Repsol to push:

  Spread Betting Above 1706.7c? or
  Spread Betting Below 1682.3c?

Let's Say You Decide to Buy   Spread Betting Above 1706.7c
You Choose Your Stake, Let's Say You Opt For £5 per cent
What Next?
  • You gain £5 for every cent Repsol moves higher than 1706.7c
  • You will make a loss of £5 for each cent Repsol moves below 1706.7c
If You Are Betting on a Market to Increase Your P&L = (Closing Price - Initial Price) x stake
 
Example 1
Repsol pushes higher and the spread betting market is revised and is set at 1734.0c - 1758.4c. Therefore you would see:   1734.0   1758.4
Close and Take a Profit? At this point, you could decide to let your spread bet run or close it, i.e. close your position to lock in your profit. In this case you opt to settle your position by selling the market at 1734.0c.
Your P&L = (Closing Price - Initial Price) x stake
(1734.0c - 1706.7c) x £5 per cent
27.3c x £5 per cent
Your P&L = £136.50 profit
 
Example 2
Repsol falls and the spread trading market is revised and moved to 1682.8c - 1707.2c, therefore Financial Spreads would show:   1682.8   1707.2
Time to Restrict the Loss? You could opt to keep your trade open or close it, i.e. close your spread bet and limit your losses. In this case you choose to settle your bet and sell the market at 1682.8c.
Your P&L = (Closing Price - Initial Price) x stake
(1682.8c - 1706.7c) x £5 per cent
-23.9c x £5 per cent
Your P&L = -£119.50 loss


Worked Example - Going Short of Repsol

Spread betting on the equity to move down

You Decide to Buy or Sell Repsol to move:

  Spread Betting Above 1706.7c? or
  Spread Betting Below 1682.3c?

You Might Want to Sell   Spread Betting Below 1682.3c
You Select How Much to Risk, Choosing £4 per cent
So Now What Happens?
  • You will make a loss of £4 for each cent Repsol goes higher than 1682.3c
  • You gain £4 for each cent Repsol pushes below 1682.3c
When Spread Betting on a Market to Fall Your P&L = (Initial Price - Closing Price) x stake
 
Example 3
Repsol goes lower and the market is revised to 1626.9c - 1651.3c, so you would see:   1626.9   1651.3
Close for a Profit? At this point, you can choose to let your position run or close it in order to lock in your profit. For this example, you opt to close your bet by buying the market at 1651.3c.
Your P&L = (Initial Price - Closing Price) x stake
(1682.3c - 1651.3c) x £4 per cent
31.0c x £4 per cent
Your P&L = £124.00 profit
 
Example 4
Repsol increases and the financial spread betting market is revised and changes to 1685.0c - 1709.4c, so you would see this on Financial Spreads:   1685.0   1709.4
Close and Restrict the Loss?At this point, you can opt to leave your position open or close it, i.e. close your spread bet and restrict your loss. In this case you decide to settle your bet and buy the market at 1709.4c.
Your P&L = (Initial Price - Closing Price) x stake
(1682.3c - 1709.4c) x £4 per cent
-27.1c x £4 per cent
Your P&L = -£108.40 loss

Where Can I Practice Financial Spread Betting on Repsol?

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