Deutsche Börse Group’s September Order Book Turnover Unchanged MoM

The order book turnover came in at $158.7 billion in September 2015, unchanged MoM from August 2015.

German trading venue, Deutsche Börse Group, has reported its order book turnover across all asset classes during the month ending September 2015, which came in at $158.7 billion (€142.3 billion), according to a Deutsche Börse statement.

Last month, Deutsche Börse reported a monthly turnover of $158.7 billion (€142.3 billion) across all its cash markets in August 2015 unchanged MoM from July 2015, which marks the second consecutive month without any downtrend in its volumes.

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In terms of the September figures however, the order book turnover at Deutsche Börse came in at $158.7 billion – the change was more pronounced over a yearly timetable, constituting a notable thrust of 40.6% YoY from $112.9 billion (€100.9 billion) in September 2014.

Monthly Turnover Analysis

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Of the monthly turnover of $160.0 billion at Deutsche Börse in September 2015, $149.4 billion (€133.9 billion) was attributable to Xetra, rising 2.3% MoM from $146.0 billion in August 2015 – this growth was augmented when under the lens of a yearly figure, whereupon September 2015’s turnover catapulted higher by 43.4% YoY from $102.7 billion (€93.4 billion) in September 2014.

The average daily turnover on Xetra also came in at $6.8 billion (€6.1 billion) in September 2015, falling -1.6% MoM from $6.9 billion (€6.2 billion) in August 2015, vs. $4.7 billion (€4.2 billion) in September 2014.

Furthermore, a turnover of $3.7 billion (€3.3 billion) was attributed to Börse Frankfurt in September 2015, underpinning a fall of -29.8% MoM from $5.2 billion (€4.7 billion) in August 2015. Finally, order book turnover on the Tradegate Exchange totaled an estimated $5.7 billion (€5.1 billion) in September 2015, falling from $7.5 billion (€6.7 billion) in August 2015.

Earlier this week, Deutsche Börse partnered with European Trade Repository, REGIS-TR, to help clients meet a cascade of regulatory requirements ahead of the implementation of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II).

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