Euronext Announces Volumes for August 2018

Amsterdam, Brussels, Dublin, Lisbon, London and Paris – 5 September 2018 – Euronext, the leading pan-European exchange in the Eurozone, today announced trading volumes for August 2018.

Cash trading

In August 2018, the average daily transaction value on the Euronext cash order book stood at €6,185.5 million, stable compared to August 2017 and down –15.4% from the previous month.

The average daily transaction value on the ETF order book[1] was €176 million, down −9.9% compared to August 2017 and down –17.7% from the previous month. At the end of August 2018, 1,111 ETFS were listed on Euronext compared to 1,048 at the end of December 2017.

Derivatives trading

In August 2018, the overall average daily volume on derivatives reached 516,418 contracts, up +2.5% compared to August 2017 and down –5.1% compared to the previous month. In detail:

  • the average daily volume on equity index derivatives reached 189,521 contracts, down 13.1% compared to August 2017 and down –4.3% from the previous month,
  • the average daily volume on individual equity derivatives reached 246,831 contracts, up +7.8% compared to August 2017 and down –5.7% from the previous month,
  • the average daily volume on commodity derivatives reached 80,066 contracts, up +41.2% compared to August 2017 and down −4.8% from the previous month.

At the end of August 2018, the overall average daily volume on Euronext derivatives stood at 580,149 contracts (+4.7% compared to the end of August 2017) and the open interest was up at 20,168,713 contracts (+18.0% compared to the end of August 2017).

FX spot trading                                                              

In August 2018, the average daily volume on the spot foreign exchange market of FastMatch, operating as a Euronext company since August 2017, stood at $19,455 million, up +19.7% compared to August 2017 and down –2.8% from the previous month.

Listings

In August 2018, Euronext had no new listings. Close to €68.5 billion was raised on Euronext in bonds, of which €100 million was raised in green bonds and €932 million was raised in follow-on equity.

 

[1] From January 2018, volumes on ETFs are only measured on order book activity due to low revenue impact of off-book activity. Based on the previous presentation, activity is €197 million, down –44.8% compared to August 2017.

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