A swap/rollover fee is charged when you keep a position open overnight. A forex swap is the interest rate differential between the two currencies of the pair you are trading, and it is calculated according to whether your position is long or short.
simmonjoshua posted: Can someone please explain the concept of swap charges in forex in detail? How do they calculate that?
Swap fee is charged on keeping the position open for overnight. It is based on the interest rate differential. Swap calculators are given by the brokers on their websites. It's better not to keep your position open for overnight to avoid swap charges.
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