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EXNESS: About the credit display in MT4/MT5
Source: | Author:finance-102 | Date2023-01-11 | 153 Views | Share:
If your trading accounts have been assigned any credit (formerly known as bonus), then you will easily be able to see how much is available within the appropriate trading terminal.

In both MT4 and MT5, the credit field displays the amount of credited funds that you currently have available for the purposes of trading; this amount is also part of overall equity calculations.

If your trading accounts have been assigned any credit (formerly known as bonus), then you will easily be able to see how much is available within the appropriate trading terminal.


In both MT4 and MT5, the credit field displays the amount of credited funds that you currently have available for the purposes of trading; this amount is also part of overall equity calculations.


How credit fits into equity calculations:

Equity = Balance + Credit + Floating Profit/Loss + Swap + Commission


Balance

The total financial result of deposits and withdrawals in your trading account, including earnings from profitable trades.


Credit

The amount of non-withdrawable funds credited to your trading account earned from any available promotional programs.


Floating Profit/Loss

A cumulative amount of profit and loss from all open positions which updates in realtime, recalculated with every tick.


Swap

A cumulative amount of swap from all opened positions.


Commission

The standard commission charged to certain account types, including Raw Spread and Zero accounts. In MT4, this amount will be reflected as part of the equity but in MT5 this amount is deducted from the balance shown.


Any profits withdrawn or deposits earned from credited funds will be shown as ‘Credit’ within the trading terminal’s Account History.


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