Gulf FX traders have a variety of foreign currency options from which to trade from as hedging tool. You can use spot transactions, futures, forwards, options and swaps in trading at Gulf FX.
Here you will simply get a contract and exchange at a spot rate in the market. Instead of a long term agreement, you can settle the deal within two business days of your trade date using a cash exchange rate.
The spot rate keeps on fluctuating as currency value rises and falls about future expectations. We have provided for a later payment and settlement date on the second business day immediately after trade date that is the date you agree to complete your transaction. We have determined the two days to be an ample time for validating and coordinating clearance and required crediting and debiting of the bank accounts. There is no interest included in pre-fixed transactions.
Spot transactions do not protect against any unfavorable exchange movements between contract pricing and need to sell or buy forex. Our traders buy low and sell high in spot transactions to make profits.
Once you buy or sell your foreign currency, you have to settle the transaction any period after three days of trade and at pre-determined rates of exchange. Such a contract can organize for even one year in advance.
You get protected against fluctuations of the currency for the contract term. Forward prices of currency get computed from forward spread. You are liable for taking the advantage of current favorable rates of exchange at a future date and protecting of our traders against the risk of volatility and sharing rates.
Gulf FX allows its traders to exchange one currency for another currency for a given time length. Reversal of this transaction is provided for at a specified date in the future whereby the amounts transferred initially are swapped at a different rate. This difference determines your exchange rates for a given currency.
As a futures contract, currency option also entails fixed transaction at a given point in the future. The holder of a currency option is giving the right of buying or selling a stated amount of money to the option writer at a fixed exchange rate (the strike price).
Option writer get paid through premiums by the option holder. In the case of a risk caused by unfavorable changes in exchange rates, the holder is protected by the Options. If you do not exercise the option, premium is lost.