StoneX Group (Nasdaq: SNEX), which owns two forex and CFDs brands, Forex.com and City Index, published its financials for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2022. The group generated $81.4 million in operating revenues from FX and CFDs businesses in the three months between July and September.

The figure jumped by 46 percent from the previous year's comparable quarter. Additionally, the entire fiscal’s demand for these derivatives contracts improved by 40 percent to $339.3 million.

However, the quarterly figure remained lower than the two consecutive previous quarters of the ongoing fiscal year. In the second quarter of the fiscal, the operating revenue from FX/CFDs contracts came in at $98.9 million, while the figure dropped to $86.8 million in the third quarter.

The operating revenue for FX and CFDs was boosted year-over-year with the rising trading demand for such instruments. The average daily volume (ADV) for FX/CFDs contracts on StoneX Group-owned trading platforms jumped by 11 percent year-over-year to touch $12.2 billion. On top of that, the FX/CFDs contracts RPM improved to $103 from $77, which is an increase of 34 percent.

StoneX acquired GAIN Capital in mid-2020, which gave it the ownership of the two major forex and CFDs trading brands, Forex.com and City Index.

The Group Figures

Overall, the entire group's revenue for the quarter came in at $16.3 billion. It was 38 percent higher than the revenue of the last quarter of the fiscal year of 2021. In addition, its operating revenue jumped by 50 percent to $583.4 million, with net operating revenue at $387.7 million, which is 48 percent higher.

The pre-tax income of the group increased by 1,255 percent for the three-month period to $66.4 million. It came in 80 percent higher for the fiscal year at $277.2 million. The net income for Q4 was at $52.3 million and for the entire fiscal at $207.1 million, of which both were higher by 616 percent and 78 percent, respectively.

“These results demonstrate the resiliency of our company during times of volatile markets and geo-economic uncertainties, and validates the ongoing investments we’ve made in the business,” said Sean M. O’Connor, the CEO of StoneX Group. “We benefited from favorable market conditions with elevated volatility and increased interest rates on our growing client float but have not yet realized the full impact of rising interest rates on our earnings.”

StoneX Group (Nasdaq: SNEX), which owns two forex and CFDs brands, Forex.com and City Index, published its financials for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2022. The group generated $81.4 million in operating revenues from FX and CFDs businesses in the three months between July and September.

The figure jumped by 46 percent from the previous year's comparable quarter. Additionally, the entire fiscal’s demand for these derivatives contracts improved by 40 percent to $339.3 million.

However, the quarterly figure remained lower than the two consecutive previous quarters of the ongoing fiscal year. In the second quarter of the fiscal, the operating revenue from FX/CFDs contracts came in at $98.9 million, while the figure dropped to $86.8 million in the third quarter.

The operating revenue for FX and CFDs was boosted year-over-year with the rising trading demand for such instruments. The average daily volume (ADV) for FX/CFDs contracts on StoneX Group-owned trading platforms jumped by 11 percent year-over-year to touch $12.2 billion. On top of that, the FX/CFDs contracts RPM improved to $103 from $77, which is an increase of 34 percent.

StoneX acquired GAIN Capital in mid-2020, which gave it the ownership of the two major forex and CFDs trading brands, Forex.com and City Index.

The Group Figures

Overall, the entire group's revenue for the quarter came in at $16.3 billion. It was 38 percent higher than the revenue of the last quarter of the fiscal year of 2021. In addition, its operating revenue jumped by 50 percent to $583.4 million, with net operating revenue at $387.7 million, which is 48 percent higher.

The pre-tax income of the group increased by 1,255 percent for the three-month period to $66.4 million. It came in 80 percent higher for the fiscal year at $277.2 million. The net income for Q4 was at $52.3 million and for the entire fiscal at $207.1 million, of which both were higher by 616 percent and 78 percent, respectively.

“These results demonstrate the resiliency of our company during times of volatile markets and geo-economic uncertainties, and validates the ongoing investments we’ve made in the business,” said Sean M. O’Connor, the CEO of StoneX Group. “We benefited from favorable market conditions with elevated volatility and increased interest rates on our growing client float but have not yet realized the full impact of rising interest rates on our earnings.”