How do I calculate the profit or loss on my MT4 ECN trades?

Contract size x market movement.

Examples:

Long one contract or lot ($100,000) EUR/USD @ 1.42356

Market rises to 1.42556

Therefore 100,000 x 0.00200 = +$200

Short one contract (1,000 barrels) WTI Crude Oil @ $75.06

Market rises to $75.28

Therefore 1,000 x $0.22 = -$220

Short one contract or lot (EUR 100,000) EUR/JPY @ 127.455

Market falls to 127.155

Therefore 100,000 x 0.300 = +JPY 30,000 (USD/JYP = 90.081) = +$333

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