In financial markets, futures contracts of different cycles all need to execute physical or cash deliveries on the expiration dates, while the expiration dates of CFDs in derivative markets are rolled over by extending the contracts to the next cycle, i.e. “rollover”.
Price differences exist in futures contracts that have the same object but in different cycles. That said, the trend is consistent. Investors will be able to hold their futures contract positions during rollover days and to collect or pay the price differences between the new and original contracts according to their holding contract volumes.
Futures products that are currently available on VT Markets are VIX, USDX, UKOUSDft, CL-OIL, CHINA50ft, DAX40ft, DJ30ft, FTSE100ft, HK50ft, NAS100ft, SP500ft, FEI (EURIBOR Futures), FGBL (Euro - Bund Futures), FGBM (Euro - BOBL Futures), FGBS (Euro - Schatz Futures), FGBX (Euro - BUXL Futures), FLG (UK Long Gilt Futures), and TY (US 10 YR T-Note Futures Decimalised).