Euronext has been active in a variety of initiatives over this past year, including the expansion of a short-term maturity offering this past August. As a subsidiary of the IntercontinentalExchange Group (ICE), it handles trading and clearing across several asset classes, including derivatives and cash trading.
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More specifically, Q3 2014 revealed revenues of $139.6 million on an adjusted basis, up 10.3% YoY from $126.7 million in Q3 2013. Over this same period, revenue also jumped 24% on a reported basis.
The uptick in revenue growth was fueled by sustained cash trading, market data business, and sustained listing activity. In particular, Q3 2014 listing revenues came in at $16.4 million, up 17.9% YoY from $13.9 million in Q3 2013.
Finally, cash trading in Q3 2014 also grew 15.9% YoY from Q3 2013. Helping aid this performance was an increase of 111% in trading volumes and revamped fee changes that took effect in February 2014.