Average global derivatives volume is up over 30% year-on-year for NYSE Euronext, while US cash equities declined.
Global average daily volume was 8.7 million contracts, excluding Bclear, in June 2013, up 32.6% on June 2012 and 15.7% higher than in May 2013.
US equity options value also increased by 24% year-on-year and 3.3% compared to the previous month.
European derivatives products saw average daily volume of 4.2 million contracts, excluding Bclear, a 44.2% increase compared to June 2012, with a significant monthly jump of 31.6% between May and June. Including NYSE Liffe’s Bclear administration and clearing service for OTC products, average daily volume for European derivatives climbed 3.7% compared to June 2012 and was up 21.4% from May.
However, cash equities volumes showed more of a mixed picture, with US cash equities down 2.2% year-on-year, but up 18.6% from May. In Europe, cash equities fell 9.1% in June on an annual basis but increased 8% compared to the previous month, with 1.5 million transactions.
NYSE Euronext’s Tape A matched market share increased significantly in June to 32.4%, up from 30% in May. But this was slightly below the figure seen in June last year, when the exchanges saw a market share of 32.5%.