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Euronext cash order book average daily transaction value up 20 per cent on January 2017 values

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The average daily transaction value on the Euronext cash order book stood at EUR7,773 million in January 2018, up 20.4 per cent compared to January 2017, and stable from the previous month.

The average daily transaction value on ETFs order book was EUR286 million, up +16.9 per cent compared to January 2017 and up +5.6 per cent from the previous month. At the end of January 2018, 808 ETFs were listed on Euronext compared to 804 at the end of 2017.
 
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 to be abandoned, activity is EUR359 million, down 19.7 per cent compared to January 2016 and down 36.7 per cent compared to the previous month.
 
The overall average daily volume on derivatives reached 561,231 contracts during the month, up 25.9 per cent compared to January 2017 and up 4.9 per cent compared to the previous month. 
 
In detail, the average daily volume on equity index derivatives reached 199,714 contracts, stable compared to January 2017 and down 6.5 per cent from the previous month, while the average daily volume on individual equity derivatives reached 313,502 contracts, up 56.3 per cent compared to January 2017 and up 10.6 per cent from the previous month. The average daily volume on commodities derivatives reached 48,016 contracts, up 6.5 per cent compared to January 2017 and up 6.3 per cent from the previous month.
 
At the end of January 2018, the open interest was up at 16,814,247 contracts (+27.6 per cent compared to the end of January 2017).
 
The average daily volume on the spot foreign exchange market of FastMatch, of which Euronext owns 90 per cent of the capital since August 2017, stood at USD20,774 million, up 22.0 per cent compared to January 2017 and up +33.2 per cent  from the previous month.
 
Euronext had no new listings in January, although EUR3.5 billion was raised on Euronext in corporate bonds of which EUR1.0 billion of green bonds from ENGIE; and EUR1.7 billion were raised in follow-on equity.

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