A contract for difference (CFD) allows traders to speculate on the future market movements of an underlying asset, without owning or taking physical delivery of the underlying asset. CFDs are available for a range of underlying assets, such as shares, commodities, and foreign exchange. Now we are offering the CFDs on commodities futures tradable on the London Stock Exchange (symbol LSGR.f) and the USA Stock Exchange ( symbol USSGR.f). Sugar futures CFDs, therefore, allow traders to speculate on the price of sugar futures. Futures CFDs share the same expiration date as the underlying futures contract, however, there is no obligation to exchange the asset at the contract's expiry. You can speculate market movements within expiration dates, so in case you hold your positions open to the new contract dates then your account will be adjusted accordingly based on price difference rolled to the new contract.