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        What are the fees for trading warrants/CBBC?

        The following fees are incurred for each transaction of warrants/CBBC trading:

        1. Commission and platform fee



        Charged by

        Commission and platform fee

        For details, please refer to the rates. Here is the link

        Moomoo Financial Inc.

        2. Withholdings and deductions




        Trading system usage fee

        HK$0.50 per transaction

        Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited

        Settlement fee

        0.002% of transaction amount, minimum HK$2.00, maximum HK$100.00

        Hong Kong Securities Clearing Company Limited

        Stamp duty

        Not applicable to trading warrants, CBBC, or ETFs

        Hongkong Government

        Trading fee

        0.005% of transaction amount, minimum HK$0.01

        Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited

        Transaction levy

        0.0027% of transaction amount, minimum HK$0.01

        Securities and Futures Commission


        1) Withholdings and deductions are calculated by "transaction" (each order may be divided into multiple transactions).

        2) Normally, stamp duty is not charged when trading warrants, CBBC, and ETFs. For details, please refer to the announcement of the Hong Kong Government. 

        3) All fees are subject to actual charges.


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