Diagnostico Fatal

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Versión 01/06/2012, en vigor desde el 01/08/2012

BOLSA (Acciones y ETFs)
Nacional
Efectivo Internet 0 – 3.000 3.001 – 6.000 0 – 20 6.001 – 90.000 21 – 40 41 – 100 Más de 100 Más de 90.000 Otros (teléfono u oficinas) 0 – 2.400 Más de 2.400 6 0,25 € operación % s/efectivo 3 0,125 € operación % s/efectivo 3 5 0,15 0,10 5 4 0,10 € operación 1,5 2,5 0,075 0,05 2,5 2,0 0,05 € operación Nº de operaciones mes * Tarifa Normal Tarifa Intradía

% s/efectivo

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€ operación % s/efectivo

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* La comisión por operación es acumulativa. Es decir, a las primeras 20 operaciones se les aplica una comisión, a las siguientes 20 otra y así sucesivamente. A final de mes, si ha operado en varios tramos de la tarifa acumulativa se le realizará un ingreso en efectivo para ajustar todas las operaciones realizadas a la tarifa del último tramo alcanzado. No se contabilizaran como operación los derechos de suscripción. Adicionalmente las Bolsas y el SCLV (Sistema de Compensación y Liquidación de Valores) cargan un canon por operación ajeno a Renta 4 e igual para cualquier intermediario a través del cual se efectúen las operaciones.

Internacional
Comisión s/efectivo Mercados europeos Ámsterdam Bruselas Finlandia Frankfurt Lisboa Milán París Londres (2) Suecia Mercados americanos (3) EEUU EEUU OTCs Otros mercados (1) Resto 0,45 % Divisa del mercado 0,15 % 0,20 % 15 50 Dólares Dólares 0,15 % 0,15 % 10 150 Libras Coronas 0,15 % 15 Euros Mínimo Divisa

(1) Contratación exclusiva por teléfono u oficina. No se incluyen otros gastos como derechos de liquidación, cambio de divisa, costes de transferencias, etc., que seran repercutidos al cliente. (2) Londres: para efectivo mayor a 10.000 libras existe un canon (PMT levy) de 1 libra; para compras el impuesto de la Reina es un 0,5% sobre efectivo. (3) Existe un canon (SEC fee) que se aplica sólo…...

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