Deutsche Börse Group, a marketplace organizer for the trading of shares and other securities, recorded a net revenue increase of 15% in the second quarter of 2022.

The group’s net revenue touch down at €1,017.8 million during the quarter.

This growth was “supported by high trading volumes and an increase in net interest income.”

Deutsche Börse Group disclosed these on Tuesday in its half-yearly financial report for 2022.

Additionally, the report includes details on the group’s performance in the second quarter of this year.

In the first quarter of this year, Deutsche Börse Group reported that its net revenue came in at over €1.06 million.

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Deutsche Börse Group in the report said it posted a 13% jump in its earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) in the second quarter.

EBITDA came in at €584.9 million in the quarter, according to the report.

During the first quarter, the German company said it was expecting to close its ongoing financial year with a total revenue of more than €3.8 billion. Moreover, the company is projected to reach an EBITDA of over €2.2 billion.

Both targets are higher than last year’s.

Back to the new financial results, the German company posted €1.98 as earnings per share before purchase price allocation.

“Net profit for the period attributable to Deutsche Börse AG shareholders totaled €341.1 million, up 10 per cent on the same quarter of the previous year,” Deutsche Börse Group said.

Meanwhile, Deutsche Börse’s cash markets shrank 11% month-on-month in June. The markets dropped from a turnover of €161.6 billion in May to €144.1 billion in June.

This means that Xetra , Börse Frankfurt and Tradegate Exchange declined last month.

However, in contrast, the cash markets increased 3% year-on-year in May to €161.6bn.

‘Strong Organic Growth’

In the report, Deutsche Börse Group said it had achieved 'strong organic growth' in its second quarter and half-year performance.

Gregor Pottmeyer, the CFO of Deutsche Börse AG, in a statement noted that the company performed beyond expectation.

“Inflation, interest rates, volatility : the financial market environment is still characterized by a high degree of uncertainty. For this reason also, the second quarter clearly exceeds our expectations,” Pottmeyer said.

Earlier in April, Pottmeyer had said the first quarter result was considerably above the German firm's expectations.

For the second quarter result, the CFO singled out rising interest rates, noting that the condition “is having an increasingly positive effect” on Deutsche Börse Group’s net revenue.

“We expect volatility to remain high in most asset classes and cyclical tailwind thus to be an additional growth engine for our company,” Pottmeyer said.

“We should, therefore, significantly exceed the initial targets for 2022,” he added.

Deutsche Börse Group, a marketplace organizer for the trading of shares and other securities, recorded a net revenue increase of 15% in the second quarter of 2022.

The group’s net revenue touch down at €1,017.8 million during the quarter.

This growth was “supported by high trading volumes and an increase in net interest income.”

Deutsche Börse Group disclosed these on Tuesday in its half-yearly financial report for 2022.

Additionally, the report includes details on the group’s performance in the second quarter of this year.

In the first quarter of this year, Deutsche Börse Group reported that its net revenue came in at over €1.06 million.

More Details

Deutsche Börse Group in the report said it posted a 13% jump in its earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) in the second quarter.

EBITDA came in at €584.9 million in the quarter, according to the report.

During the first quarter, the German company said it was expecting to close its ongoing financial year with a total revenue of more than €3.8 billion. Moreover, the company is projected to reach an EBITDA of over €2.2 billion.

Both targets are higher than last year’s.

Back to the new financial results, the German company posted €1.98 as earnings per share before purchase price allocation.

“Net profit for the period attributable to Deutsche Börse AG shareholders totaled €341.1 million, up 10 per cent on the same quarter of the previous year,” Deutsche Börse Group said.

Meanwhile, Deutsche Börse’s cash markets shrank 11% month-on-month in June. The markets dropped from a turnover of €161.6 billion in May to €144.1 billion in June.

This means that Xetra , Börse Frankfurt and Tradegate Exchange declined last month.

However, in contrast, the cash markets increased 3% year-on-year in May to €161.6bn.

‘Strong Organic Growth’

In the report, Deutsche Börse Group said it had achieved 'strong organic growth' in its second quarter and half-year performance.

Gregor Pottmeyer, the CFO of Deutsche Börse AG, in a statement noted that the company performed beyond expectation.

“Inflation, interest rates, volatility : the financial market environment is still characterized by a high degree of uncertainty. For this reason also, the second quarter clearly exceeds our expectations,” Pottmeyer said.

Earlier in April, Pottmeyer had said the first quarter result was considerably above the German firm's expectations.

For the second quarter result, the CFO singled out rising interest rates, noting that the condition “is having an increasingly positive effect” on Deutsche Börse Group’s net revenue.

“We expect volatility to remain high in most asset classes and cyclical tailwind thus to be an additional growth engine for our company,” Pottmeyer said.

“We should, therefore, significantly exceed the initial targets for 2022,” he added.