Deutsche Borse Reports Monthly Metrics, Order Book Turnover Dives

The order book turnover of $150.6 billion reported in July managed to orchestrate a fall of -17.1% MoM from $181.8

German trading venue, Deutsche Börse has reported its order book turnover across all asset classes in the month ending July 2015, which was underpinned by a lower figure of $150.6 billion (€137.3 billion), according to a Deutsche Börse statement.

Last month, Deutsche Börse yielded a monthly turnover of $181.8 billion (€165.7 billion) for its cash markets in June 2015. This corresponded to a rise of 18.9% MoM.

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Moving to the most recent figures however, the order book turnover of $150.6 billion reported in July 2015 managed to orchestrate a fall of -17.1% MoM from $181.8 billion in June 2015, as well as a sizable boost of 38.5% YoY from $108.7 billion (€99.1 billion) in June 2014.

Monthly Breakdown

Of the monthly turnover of $165.7 billion at Deutsche Börse in July 2015, $139.7 billion (€127.4 billion) was attributable to Xetra, rising 39.5% YoY from $100.1 billion (€91.3 billion) in July 2014.

The average daily turnover on Xetra also came in at $6.0 billion (€5.5 billion) in July 2015, falling -14.0% MoM from $7.0 billion (€6.4 billion) in June 2015, vs. $4.5 billion (€4.1 billion) in July 2014.

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Moreover, a turnover of $4.8 billion (€4.4 billion) was constituted to Börse Frankfurt in July 2015, rising 7.3% MoM from $4.5 billion (€4.1 billion) in July 2014. Finally, order book turnover on Tradegate Exchange totaled an estimated $6.0 billion (€5.5 billion) in June 2015, against just $4.1 billion (€3.7 billion) in July 2014.

Spotcap and Deutsche Börse Ink Startup Deal

In addition to the recent news of order book turnover from Deutsche Börse, Spotcap, an online lending platform, revealed that it was selected to join the Deutsche Börse Venture Network (DBVN). The program is designed to help consolidate high-growth companies and investors in a bid to bridge funding gaps.

Moreover, the DNVN provides its membership with a non-public online platform to instigate funding rounds, coupled with myriad training and networking events – prospective DBVN member companies must fit certain criteria such as running in a high growth stage.

According to Spotcap co-Founder and CEO Toby Triebel in a recent statement on the selection, “We are delighted to have been selected to join the Deutsche Börse Venture Network. This endorsement reflects Spotcap’s rapid growth and affirms our business success in the first year of activity.”

Over the past year Spotcap has raised nearly $20 million in equity and debt funding from a group of investors including Rocket Internet, Access Industries, Holtzbrinck Ventures and Kreos Capital. The group is headquartered in Berlin, with local offices in Madrid, Amsterdam and Sydney.

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