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Spot Market Trading Fees

Fees

Trading Fees in the IME Spot Market -Except Agricultural Products

Buy-side

Max Buy-side Fees

(Million IRR)

Sell-side

Max Sell-side Fees

(Million IRR)

Total(Both Sides)

Total Fees(Max)

SEO Fees

0.00032

80,000,000

0.00048

120,000,000

0.0008

200,000,000

Exchange Fees

0.0005

100,000,000

0.0005

100,000,000

0.001

200,000,000

Brokerage Fees

0.0018

100,000,000

0.0018

100,000,000

0.0036

200,000,000

Total

0.00262

280,000,000

0.00278

320,000,000

0.0054

600,000,000

 

Fees

Trading Fees for IME Agricultural Products

Buy-side

Max Buy-side Fees

(Million IRR)

Sell-side

Max Sell-side Fees

(Million IRR)

Total(Both Sides)

Total Fees(Max)

SEO Fees

0.00032

80,000,000

0.00048

120,000,000

0.0008

200,000,000

Exchange Fees

0.0005

100,000,000

0.0005

100,000,000

0.001

200,000,000

Brokerage Fees

0.00225

100,000,000

0.00225

100,000,000

0.0045

200,000,000

Total

0.00307

280,000,000

0.00323

320,000,000

0.0063

600,000,000

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