Discover how to trade around tech earnings
As the biggest companies in tech report, we can show you how traders react to fast-moving markets.
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Tech earnings explained
What are earnings?
Earnings are quarterly reports that every public company produces and are an indicator of how the business is performing. Traders use these as an opportunity as olatility can often follow them.
The biggest names in tech
You will already be familiar with many of the tech companies reporting, including the likes of Tesla, Meta, Apple, and many more. Earnings are your chance to trade them as the data comes in.
Be amongst the first to trade
City Index offers extended hours trading on US tech stocks and more. This allows you access to the market both before and after the bell while others wait.
When are tech firms reporting?
|18 October||Tesla, Netflix|
U.S. tech live markets
Track the latest U.S. tech stocks with real-time pricing, now with extended market hours. Go long or short and plan your U.S. tech stock trading strategy.
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What documentation do I need when opening an account?
Typically, we will require a valid Government Issued Photo ID and a valid Address Verification Document; however, this is subject to change depending on the review of your application by our Account Services department.
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In accordance with our regulatory obligations, additional documentation may be required at any time for internal periodical reviews.
How much money do I need to open an account?
The minimum initial deposit required is at least 100 of your selected base currency. However, we recommend you deposit at least 2,500 to allow you more flexibility and better risk management when trading your account.
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