Deutsche Borse Reports €134.9b Cash Markets Turnover For June

The exchange’s turnover for June showed an increase of nearly 30 percent compared with May figures.

German-based exchange and clearing house operator Deutsche Borse today published a statement announcing that its order book turnover on Xetra, Borse Frankfurt and Tradegate Exchange across all asset classes stood at €134.9 billion in June, compared with €103.8 billion in May 2016, representing an overall increase of almost 30 percent MoM.

This month’s results indicate a turnaround in fortunes for the exchange which had taken a dive in recent months.

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Of the €134.9 billion, €123.9 billion were attributable to Xetra (May 2016:  €96.1 billion). The average daily turnover on Xetra stood at €5.6 billion in June (May 2016:  €4.6 billion). A turnover of €4.2 billion was attributable to Börse Frankfurt (May 2016: €2.9 billion). Order book turnover on Tradegate Exchange totalled approximately €6.8 billion in June (May 2016: €4.9 billion). Broken down by asset classes, cash market turnover in equities reached about €113.6 billion.

Turnover in ETFs/ETCs/ETNs amounted to €19.0 billion. Turnover in bonds was €0.7 billion, in structured products €1.4 billion and in funds €0.2 billion.

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The electronic trading platform Eurex Bonds traded €7.8 billion (single counting, mainly government bonds) in June (May 2016: €4.7 billion).

Viewed by transactions, a total of 23.6 million trades were executed on Xetra in June (May 2016: 19.2 million).

The DAX security with the highest turnover on Xetra in June was Bayer AG at €6.4 billion. K+S AG led the MDAX equities with €904 million, while Schaeffler AG topped the SDAX equity index with €154 million, and Wirecard AG headed TecDAX with €596 million. The ETF with the highest turnover on Xetra was iShares Core DAX UCITS ETF with €1.9 billion.


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