Nasdaq (Nasdaq:NDAQ) today publishes monthly trade statistics for the Nordic1 and Baltic2 markets. Below follows a summary of the statistics for June 2017:
- • The share trading increased by 8.3% to a daily average of 3.393bn EUR, compared to 3.134bn EUR in June 2016. Compared to the previous month, May 2017, the daily average decreased by 2.2%.
- • Derivatives trading decreased by 35.9% to a daily average of 453,577 contracts, compared with 707,648 contracts in June 2016.
- • ETF trading3 (Exchange Traded Funds) decreased by 49.6% to a daily average of 25.9m EUR compared to 51.4m EUR in June 2016.
- • Hennes & Mauritz AB was the most traded stock per day during the past month, followed by Novo Nordisk A/S.
- • Deutsche Bank was the most active member during the past month, followed by Morgan Stanley.
- • Nasdaq Nordic’s share of order-book trading in our listed stocks increased to 67.4%, compared to 65.5% previous month4.
- • The average order book depth on the best price level was larger at Nasdaq Nordic than the second most liquid trading venue, see detailed figures per exchange:
- • For OMXC20 companies 2.5 larger
- • For OMXH25 companies 2.2 larger
- • For OMXS30 companies 2.4 larger
- • Nasdaq Nordic’s average time at EBBO5 (European Best Bid and Offer) was:
- • For OMXC20 companies 97.9%
- • For OMXH25 companies 97.8%
- • For OMXS30 companies 99.2%
1) Nasdaq Copenhagen, Helsinki, Iceland and Stockholm
2) Nasdaq Riga, Tallinn and Vilnius
3) ETF trading figure encompasses Nasdaq Stockholm and Nasdaq Helsinki.
4) Source: Thomson Reuters. Included are the main European marketplaces that offer trading in Nasdaq Nordic listed shares.
5) EBBO (European Best Bid and Offer) refers to the current best price available for selling or buying a trading instrument such as a stock.
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Source: Globe Newswire