Japanese giant GMO Click Securities has today released its trading volume figures for January 2014.
Depicting a steady return to the glory days of summer months of last year, GMO Click’s average trading volume for January was significantly increased when compared to December, standing at $820 billion (¥82.89 trillion ).
During the course of the latter part of 2013, GMO Click experienced a steady rise in volumes following its dip from $1 trillion in the summer, to the lowest point of the year as quarter 3 drew to a close. With January’s figures looking considerably healthier, a contrast is apparent between November and December’s minor monthly increments and January’s strident step in a positive direction.
The company’s Click365 product continues to experience an increase also, with an increase in the number of active trading accounts to 216,839, compared with December 2013’s 212,964.
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Despite a small increase in the number of active accounts, Click365 trading volume had accelerated during January from 402,877 to 436.648 contracts.
As of September 30, 2013, Invast Securities has stated publicly that CyberAgent FX held 4,784,400,239 Yen on the clients’ guarantee deposits as well as approximately 120,000 individual accounts on Click 365, which played an instrumental part in Invast Securities’ absorption-type corporate partition agreement between Invast Securities and CyberAgent FX, which was agreed in December last year and will come into effect on March 2, 2014.