The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) executed 22.68% of US equities in March, up from 21.3% in February, as BATS Global Markets’ share of trading slips.
In total, 130.65 billion shares traded in March. NYSE’s two order books captured 22.68% of volume traded with 29.15 billion shares traded, according to Thomson Reuters Equity Market Share reporter.
Value traded figures increased from February, with NYSE trading US$1.28 trillion in March, up from US$1.158 trillion in the shorter month of February.
Nasdaq traded 21.55 billion shares, claiming 16.49% market share for March, while BATS’ four order books traded 27.61 billion shares, 21.14% of the market.
Nasdaq reached US$931.47 billion in value traded, up from US$906.6 billion in February, while BATS’ traded US$1.074 trillion in value, or 21.49% of the total value of US equities traded, up from US$1.031 trillion in February.