Our Forex and CFD Spreads

We take our trading costs very seriously here at Fusion. That is why we've lowered our spreads to become the #1 best spread broker in Australia** and we have the data to prove it.

With our spreads tool, you can explore Fusion Markets’ minimum, maximum, and average spreads within the past month on all our trading instruments. We internally use this tool to benchmark ourselves against our peers to make sure we’re always on top, and now you can see it too.

Live and Historical Spreads



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How To Use The Spreads Tool
To find the average, minimum, and maximum spreads of any trading instrument:
Select Your Trading Instrument
Choose your asset class and find your trading instrument in the “instrument” drop down box. OR Select “all” in the “asset class” drop down and use the search function in the “instrument” drop down to locate your trading instrument.
Select Your Timeframe
Click 1 hour, 1 day, 1 week, or 1 month on the top right of the tool. OR Adjust the time chart below main graph to your desired timeframe.
Adjust Your Chart
Toggle on and off “average,” “minimum,” or “maximum” to show the spreads you wish to view.

What are spreads?
Spreads refer to the difference between bid and ask prices. For example, a spread of 2 on AUD/USD represents a 0.00002 difference between the buy and ask prices. Understanding spreads is extremely important in determining your PnL per trade, especially when you’re executing market orders.
Why are spreads so important to trading?
Spreads are key to successful trading in the forex market is that they determine your trading costs. The wider the spread, the more you need your instrument to move in your favour in order to break even. For example, if there is a 10 pip spread, your instruments needs to move 10 pips to hit a break even cost. This also affects your stop-losses. Essentially, the bigger the spread the more you will have to pay in order to open a position. This means that if you are trading with narrow spreads (as you will with Fusion Markets), you're trading costs are lower.
What time zone does the tool use?
The chart above uses GMT +/- 0.
How are your spreads so low?
We aggressively rank our liquidity providers and remove any that don't meet our standards. We constantly monitor our spreads against our competitors to ensure we have some of the tightest spreads in the market. Our mantra here is "Low Cost trading for Everyone, Everywhere" and that means being especially diligent in ensuring our LPs are the best of the best and that we pass on the best spreads in the business to you, so we can rest assured we're living up to our ideals of being the world's greatest low-cost broker.
What causes spread spikes?
There are a few reasons why spreads may spike during certain periods. The most common being when liquidity is scarce, such as on big economic or government announcements such as company earnings reports or central bank policy updates. Another common reason you may see spikes is on public holidays where providers will withdraw some liquidity from the market. It’s important to note that spread spikes are temporary and will eventually recover back to their average.
How is this data collected?
The data on these charts is provided by using the Fusion Markets ZERO account. It is updated hourly. This may be the reason you may notice slight discrepancies between these figures and what you notice in MetaTrader.
Why aren't all 250+ instruments listed?
This tool is based on data we receive from Unfortunately, not all assets are supported by this third-party. We expect more instruments to be uploaded in the future and as soon as they are, we will list them here.
How often is the table updated?
This tool and table are updated hourly.
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