Trade Interest Rate Futures with Plus500

Trade Futures on 10-Year Yield, Ultra U.S. Treasury, and more. Trading interest rates with futures gives you access to a range of products offered by traditional interest rates trading while allowing you to maintain your exposure in a capital-efficient way.
Symbol Futures Contract Day Margin
ZQN4 30 Day FedFund $450 Trade
10YM4 Micro 10-Year Yield $45 Trade
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Introduction to Interest Rates

Get exposure to changes in interest rates through Interest Rate Futures! Interest Rate Futures are a capital-efficient way to manage exposure to government bonds and money market securities. These contracts grant you access to a wide range of benchmark products like U.S. Treasury Bonds, 10-Year Yield, 30-Day Fed Fund, and more! With Interest Rate Futures, investors can speculate on the interest rate direction or hedge against interest rate changes.

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Trading Interest Rate FAQs

You can jump into the world of interest rate futures by opening an account with Plus500. With Plus500 you can start trading micro interest rate Futures hassle-free with a minimum deposit of $100.

Interest rate Futures are contracts that grant traders exposure to a wide range of benchmark financial products. With these contracts the trader agrees on the buying or selling of products such as U.S. Treasury bonds at a predetermined price and date.

Interest rate trading is conducted via the buying and selling of bond and yield products. When a trader thinks interest rates set by a central bank will move higher, they can buy yields and sell bonds, and when they predict the opposite, they can sell yield products and buy bond products.