Deutsche Börse’s February Turnover Pointed Lower

With the exception of Tradegate Exchange, all segments at Deutsche Börse reported lower turnover in February.

Deutsche Börse Group, one of the largest worldwide institutional trading networks, has reported its monthly order book turnover statistics detailing all asset classes for February 2017. The latest results showed a slight decline across key segments relative to the year prior.

In particular, during February 2017, the group reported $115.1 billion (€109.0 billion) across all its cash markets, corresponding to a fall of -16.6 percent year-over-year from $138.1 billion (€130.7 billion) in February 2016.

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Monthly Turnover Analysis

Of the $115.1 billion during February 2017, approximately $103.4 billion (€97.8 billion) was attributable to Xetra, retreating -19.0 percent year-over-year from $127.55 billion (€120.7 billion) in February 2016. Additionally, the average daily turnover on Xetra also came in at just $5.2 billion (€4.9 billion) in February 2017, vs. $6.0 billion (€5.7 billion) in February 2016, or -14.0 percent lower year-over-year.

Finally, a turnover of $4.2 billion (€4.0 billion) was attributed to Börse Frankfurt in February 2017, unchanged year-over-year from $4.2 billion (€4.0 billion) in February 2016. Order book turnover on the Tradegate Exchange also totaled an estimated $7.6 billion (€7.2 billion) in February 2017, rising 20.0 percent year-over-year against $6.3 billion (€6.0 billion) in February 2016.

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