Invast Securities has reported its December 2015 monthly financial metrics, which saw a notable rebound in key figures, snapping three months of decline, according to an Invast statement.
For the month ending December 2015, Invast reported its operating revenues at $2.38 million (¥281 million), up 15.2% MoM from $2.07 million (¥244 million) in November 2015 – this is the first month since August that saw rising revenues MoM at Invast.
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However, December 2015’s figure is still lower than its 2014 counterpart – relative to December 2014, the latest monthly revenues constitute a loss of -35.1% YoY from $3.67 million (¥433 million).
In addition to its revenues, Invast also revealed its total amount of deposited margin, which inched marginally higher in December 2015, basically unchanged from the previous month. December 2015 witnessed a margin of $603.7 million (¥71.2 billion), which correlates to a slight rise of 1.0% MoM from $602.7 million (¥71.1 billion). Over a yearly timetable, the figure is also lower than December 2014, or -2.6% YoY from $620.0 million (¥73.1 billion).
Last month, Invast released its November operating revenues coming in at $2.07 million (¥244 million), which were down -13.8% MoM from $2.4 million (¥283 million) in October 2015. Operating revenue in November 2015 also orchestrated a sizable loss of -21.6% YoY from $3.06 million (¥361 million) in November 2014.