The cash markets of Germany-based exchange organization, Deutsche Börse, generated a turnover of €250.5 billion in March 2022, the integrated financial services provider disclosed on Friday.

According to metrics published by the marketplace organizer, the volumes for the outgone of March represent a 22% increase (approximately) from the €205.4 Billion recorded in February 2022.

Additionally, the monthly volume is a 21% jump year-on-year (approximately) from the amount of €206.4 billion, which was hit in March 2021.

Market Breakdown

On a panoramic view of the cash markets, Xetra takes the lion’s share of trading with €212.1 billion, bringing its average daily trading volume to €9.2 billion.

Xetra’s total volumes for March 2022 represent a 26% increase from the €169.2 billion recorded in the same month last year.

On the contrary, total trading volumes on Börse Frankfurt for last month rose only a slight 4.3% to €4.9 billion and saw a better performance in the same period last year with a €5.5 billion turnover.

Deutsche Börse’s total trading volumes for March 2022
Source: Deutsche Börse

Tradegate Exchange also saw a slight upward movement in its volumes in March 2022. Its activities increased by a marginal 3.4% from €32.4 billion in February to €33.5 billion in March. This is a 2.3% increase from last year’s sum of €31.7 billion in the same month.

Meanwhile, by type of asset class, equities accounted for €208.7 billion in the entire cash market.

However, trading in exchange-traded funds, commodities and notes generated a turnover of €39 billion, Deutsche Börse said in the report.

“Turnover in bonds was €0.5 billion, in certificates €1.9 billion and in funds €0.3 billion,” it added.

How Did the Indexes Perform?

The German multinational financial services company, Allianz SE led the DAX index stock on Xetra, clinching the highest turnover of €8.5 billion in March.

While Germany’s flag carrier, Lufthansa AG led the MDAX with €2.3 billion, a turbine manufacturer, Nordex SE led the SDAX index with €702.9 million.

In the exchange-traded fund (ETF) segment, the iShares Core DAX UCITS ETF generated the largest volume with €2.5 billion, Deutsche Börse disclosed.

Deutsche Börse’s 2021 Outlook

Deutsche Börse witnessed a consistent jump in volumes and revenues throughout last year. In terms of revenue in 2021, the exchange met its expectations.

To expand its presence in the growing market of digital assets, the German marketplace organizer for the trading of shares and other securities last year acquired a majority stake in Crypto Finance AG.

However, earlier today, SIX Group, a Swiss stock exchange and the parent company of Bolsas y Mercados Españoles (BME) and its subsidiary Iberclear, announced that it had acquired Deutsche Börse’s fifty percent stake in REGIS-TR, a European trade repository, to become the sole owner.

The cash markets of Germany-based exchange organization, Deutsche Börse, generated a turnover of €250.5 billion in March 2022, the integrated financial services provider disclosed on Friday.

According to metrics published by the marketplace organizer, the volumes for the outgone of March represent a 22% increase (approximately) from the €205.4 Billion recorded in February 2022.

Additionally, the monthly volume is a 21% jump year-on-year (approximately) from the amount of €206.4 billion, which was hit in March 2021.

Market Breakdown

On a panoramic view of the cash markets, Xetra takes the lion’s share of trading with €212.1 billion, bringing its average daily trading volume to €9.2 billion.

Xetra’s total volumes for March 2022 represent a 26% increase from the €169.2 billion recorded in the same month last year.

On the contrary, total trading volumes on Börse Frankfurt for last month rose only a slight 4.3% to €4.9 billion and saw a better performance in the same period last year with a €5.5 billion turnover.

Deutsche Börse’s total trading volumes for March 2022
Source: Deutsche Börse

Tradegate Exchange also saw a slight upward movement in its volumes in March 2022. Its activities increased by a marginal 3.4% from €32.4 billion in February to €33.5 billion in March. This is a 2.3% increase from last year’s sum of €31.7 billion in the same month.

Meanwhile, by type of asset class, equities accounted for €208.7 billion in the entire cash market.

However, trading in exchange-traded funds, commodities and notes generated a turnover of €39 billion, Deutsche Börse said in the report.

“Turnover in bonds was €0.5 billion, in certificates €1.9 billion and in funds €0.3 billion,” it added.

How Did the Indexes Perform?

The German multinational financial services company, Allianz SE led the DAX index stock on Xetra, clinching the highest turnover of €8.5 billion in March.

While Germany’s flag carrier, Lufthansa AG led the MDAX with €2.3 billion, a turbine manufacturer, Nordex SE led the SDAX index with €702.9 million.

In the exchange-traded fund (ETF) segment, the iShares Core DAX UCITS ETF generated the largest volume with €2.5 billion, Deutsche Börse disclosed.

Deutsche Börse’s 2021 Outlook

Deutsche Börse witnessed a consistent jump in volumes and revenues throughout last year. In terms of revenue in 2021, the exchange met its expectations.

To expand its presence in the growing market of digital assets, the German marketplace organizer for the trading of shares and other securities last year acquired a majority stake in Crypto Finance AG.

However, earlier today, SIX Group, a Swiss stock exchange and the parent company of Bolsas y Mercados Españoles (BME) and its subsidiary Iberclear, announced that it had acquired Deutsche Börse’s fifty percent stake in REGIS-TR, a European trade repository, to become the sole owner.