The Tokyo Financial Exchange (TFX) has reported its volumes for the month ending September 2015, having incurred a decline across its margin foreign exchange (FX) contracts traded by Click365, according to a TFX statement.
A total of 3,559,649 contracts were traded during September 2015, which plummeted -9.8% MoM from August 2015 – across a yearly timeframe however, Click365’s contracts pared these losses with a 9.2% jump YoY from September 2014. Furthermore, the TFX saw a daily average of 161,803 contracts across its Click365 platform during September 2015, a figure that was also down by -13.9% MoM from August 2015.
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In terms of Click365’s trading breakdown in September 2015, the most widely handled currency pair was again the USD/JPY, which retreated slightly to 1,063,399 contracts. This constitutes a drop of -2.3% MoM from August 2015, with a yearly loss of -12.8% YoY from September 2014.
During September, every other major currency pair traded also suffered a decline – some pairs of note were the NZD/JPY and the GBP/JPY, which saw its September figures wither -33.0% and -28.9% MoM from August 2015 respectively. Alternatively, the only other pair besides the USD/JPY to avoid double-digit losses was the AUD/JPY, which itself fell a muted -3.2% MoM from August 2015.