NYSE-Euronext a publié un communiqué détaillant ses volumes de trading pour le mois d'août 2011.
Il en ressort que la crise a provoqué une forte envolée des volumes de transactions.
Résumé officiel :
Global Derivatives ADV Up 65% Year-Over-Year; Record U.S. Equity Options ADVEuropean Cash ADV Up 70% to Record 2.2 Million Trades; U.S. Cash Up 39%NYSE Liffe U.S. Total Open Interest Over 900,000 Contracts
Points clés du communiqué :
NYSE Euronext global derivatives ADV in August 2011 of 10.4 million contracts increased 64.6% compared to August 2010 and increased 30.5% from July 2011 levels.
NYSE Euronext European derivatives products ADV in August 2011 of 4.5 million contracts increased 36.5% compared to August 2010 and increased 21.1% from July 2011 levels. Excluding Bclear, NYSE Liffe's trade administration and clearing service for OTC products, European derivatives products ADV increased 53.1% compared to August 2010 and increased 35.4% from July 2011.
NYSE Euronext U.S. equity options (NYSE Arca and NYSE Amex) record ADV of 5.8 million contracts in August 2011 increased 91.3% compared to August 2010 levels and increased 38.9% from July 2011. NYSE Euronext’s U.S. options exchanges accounted for 26.4% of total U.S. consolidated equity options trading in August 2011, up from 25.2% in August 2010 and up from 25.8% recorded in July 2011.
NYSE Liffe U.S. ADV of approximately 137,100 contracts increased from 9,600 contracts in August 2010 and 101,300 contracts in July 2011. Total exchange open interest is now over 900,000 contracts.
NYSE Euronext European cash products record ADV of 2.2 million transactions in August 2011 increased 70.3% compared to August 2010 and increased 32.7% from July 2011 levels.
NYSE Euronext U.S. cash products (NYSE, NYSE Arca and NYSE Amex) handled ADV of 3.2 billion shares in August 2011 increased 38.9% compared to August 2010 and increased 60.0% compared to July 2011. NYSE Euronext’s Tape A matched market share in August 2011 was 36.2%, down from 38.1% in August 2010, but up from 34.3% in July 2011.
There were a total of 23 trading days in Europe and the U.S. in August 2011 compared to 22 trading days in Europe and the U.S. in August 2010.
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