The Eurozone’s leading exchange, Euronext, has announced its trading volumes for the month ending March 2015, reporting a figure of $9,900 million (€9,100 million) in average daily transaction value (ADV) in its cash order book, according to a Euronext report.
Euronext’s March 2015 volumes follow on the heels of a strong February, which also saw a rise in ADV value in its cash order book, including a 24% YoY climb from February 2014.
In particular, ADV in Euronext’s cash order book rose 10.4% MoM to $9,900 million in March 2015 from $8,970 million (€8,250 million) in February 2015. Over a yearly timeframe, March 2015 ADV also orchestrated a jump of 31% YoY from March 2014.
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Across its equity derivatives, ADV came in at 237,256 contracts in March 2015, down 17% YoY from March 2014. This corresponded to a rise of 5.0% MoM from 225,995 contracts in February 2015.
Moreover, Euronext’s commodity derivatives ADV yielded 44,057 contracts in March 2015, down -16% MoM from 52,474 contracts in February 2015. The monthly figure also slumped 22% YoY from March 2014.
Finally, March 2015 also saw three new listings on the Euronext exchange. The three listings combined to raise over $676.2 million (€622 million).