Intercontinental Exchange, Inc. (NYSE: ICE), a leading global provider of data, released its metrics report for October 2021, noting a surge in the total average daily volume (ADV) for the period. According to the press release, the ADV surged by 43% on a yearly basis, with a total open interest (OI) rallying by 11%, which includes record futures OI of 48.2 million lots on October 26.
Moreover, the provider reported record futures and options OI across global commodities of 50.5 million lots on October 25. Across other markets, total energy ADV was up 27% on a yearly basis, while its OI rose by 7% on a yearly basis. Also, the total oil ADV soared by 36% from a yearly perspective, total natural gas ADV was up 10%, and its OI was positive with 9%.
On another front, the environmental average daily volume had a surge of 34% on a yearly basis, while its OI increased 15% in the same timeframe. About the total interest rate ADV, Intercontinental Exchange reported that it was up 90% on a yearly basis, while its OI surged by 19%. Additionally, US Cash Equity ADV added 4% in a year-to-year perspective, and equity options ADV was up by 44%.
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ICE September Metrics
Last month, Finance Magnates reported that the total average daily volume (ADV) for September in Intercontinental Exchange increased 11% on a yearly basis. In addition, its total open interest posted a surge of 9% in a yearly reading.
Furthermore, total energy ADV was up 23% for the period, while its OI soared 8%. By digging into the sectors, total Oil ADV pointed out a rally of 16% in September on a yearly basis, with Brent ADV showing a 25% increase, Gasoil ADV grew by 13%, and other crude and refined products ADV experienced a surge of 20%, all on a yearly basis.