Thomson Reuters has released June FX trading volumes for both its FX spot platform as well as at FXall. During June, average daily volumes (ADV) at Thomson Reuters rose 5% MoM to $147 billion, marking the most active month on the platform since May 2012’s $154 billion figure. The $147 billion ADV put the venue well ahead of fellow spot FX platform EBS, which reported $128.8 billion in June, and the CME Group which registered $146 billion in combined FX futures and options trading. For Thomson Reuters, June marked the fourth month in a row of it holding the top spot among publicly reporting FX venues.
Over at FXall, combined Relationship and Active Trading ADV on the platform hit an all-time high of $123 billion. The June volumes were a 13.8% increase from May’s figures and 11.8% above the previous record of $110 billion set in both February and March of this year. For FXall, the unit has registered demand for its trading platform due to rising interest among traders to access rates from single and multi-dealer liquidity sources on one system.
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