Euronext, Europe’s largest exchange, has released its trading volumes for the month ending September 2015, having incurred a substantial MoM decline from this past June, according to a Euronext statement.
Last month, Euronext’s August 2015 average daily transaction value on its cash order book stood at $9,638 million, yielding a strong YoY from August 2014 with exchange-traded-funds (ETFs) also experiencing a steadfast triple-digit surge YoY.
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However, September 2015 saw the average daily Euronext cash order book at just $9,025 million, representing a fall of -6.4% MoM from August 2015. Across a yearly timeframe however, the latest figures corresponded to a growth of 35.0% YoY from September 2014. Moreover, the activity on ETFs during September 2015 also maintained a robust performance, with average daily transaction value at $686.6 million, up 105% when weighed against September 2014.
During the month ending September 2015, the average daily volume (ADV) on equity index derivatives was 247,100 contracts, up 9.0% YoY from September 2014– furthermore, ADV on individual equity derivatives during September 2015 came in at 233,212 contracts, good for a rise of 5.0% YoY vs. September 2014.
In September 2015, ADC on commodities derivatives was also unable to mount any rise, remaining flat YoY when compared to September 2014, with just 58,697 contracts.