Euronext, Europe’s largest exchange, has reported its trading volumes for the month of December 2015. According to the statement, they have fallen MoM since October.
Last month, Euronext’s November 2015 average daily transaction value on its cash order book stood at $7921 million (€7373 million), mounting a YoY growth from November 2014 with exchange-traded-funds (ETFs) also experiencing a staunch YoY surge.
In terms of December 2015, Euronext saw its average daily cash order grow to $7990 million (€7437 million), or less than 1.0% higher MoM from November 2015. Across a yearly timeframe, the latest figures also illustrated a growth of 6.0% YoY from December 2014.
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Moreover, the activity on ETFs during December 2015 also continued to justify a robust performance, yielding $799.4 million (€744 million), boasting a YoY growth of 47.0% from December 2014.
During the month ending December 2015, the average daily volume (ADV) on equity index derivatives was 212,564 contracts, up 5.9% MoM from 200,778 contracts in November 2015 – this also correlates to a decrease of over -20.0% YoY from December 2014.
Finally, in December 2015, ADC on commodities derivatives were also underpinned by a lackluster figure of 38,434 contracts, falling -30.2% YoY when compared to November 2015, with just 55,005 contracts.