German trading venue, Deutsche Börse, has reported its monthly turnover for its cash markets in March 2015, yielding a figure of $175.0 billion (€162.6 billion), according to a Deutsche Borse statement.
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For the month ending March 2015, order book turnover on Xetra, Börse Frankfurt and Tradegate Exchange across all asset-classes came in at $175.0 billion (€162.6 billion). This corresponds to a jump of 35.3% jump YoY from $129.3 billion (€120.2 billion) in March 2014.
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Of the $175.0 billion in monthly turnover at Deutsche Börse Group, 90.2% of volume was attributed to Xetra, which reported a figure of $15.08 billion (€146.8 billion) in March 2015. Over a yearly timeframe this also represents a jump of 36.7% YoY from $118.5 billion (€110.1 billion) in March 2014.
In particular, the average daily turnover on Xetra came in at $7.2 billion (€6.7 billion) in March 2015, growing 28.8% YoY from $5.6 billion (€5.2 billion) in March 2014.
Conversely, a turnover of $7.3 billion (€6.8 billion) was attributed to Börse Frankfurt, rising steadfastly 33.3% YoY from $5.5 billion (€5.1 billion) in March 2014.
Finally, the order book turnover at Tradegate Exchange encompassed a total of €9.1 billion in March 2015, which secured the biggest yearly gain, surging 82% YoY from $5.4 billion (€5.0 billion) from March 2014