CME scores highest trading volume in 26 months

JAKARTA: CME Group, the world's leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace, booked the highest average daily trading volume in 26 months, led by interest rate trading. The company in the press release sent to Bisnis said that November volume averaged
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News Editor - Bisnis.com 03 Desember 2010  |  00:02 WIB

JAKARTA: CME Group, the world's leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace, booked the highest average daily trading volume in 26 months, led by interest rate trading. The company in the press release sent to Bisnis said that November volume averaged 14.2 million contracts per day, up 31% from same period last year and 24% higher compared with October 2010. November represents the highest monthly average daily volume since September 2008, outside of the 16.8 million contracts averaged in May 2010. Total volume for November was 297 million contracts, of which 83% was traded electronically. In November 2010, CME Group interest rate volume averaged 7.0 million contracts per day, up 46% compared with the prior November, and up 48% sequentially. Treasury futures volume averaged 3.0 million contracts per day, up 37% compared with the same period in 2009, and Treasury options volume averaged 444,000 contracts per day, up 106%. Eurodollar futures volume averaged 2.6 million contracts per day, up 61% versus November 2009, and Eurodollar options volume averaged 838,000 contracts per day. CME Group equity index volume averaged 2.8 million contracts per day, up 15% from November 2009, and up 7% sequentially. CME Group foreign exchange (FX) volume averaged 964,000 contracts per day, up 23% compared with the same period a year ago, reflecting average daily notional value of US$131 billion. CME Group energy volume averaged 1.6 million contracts per day, up 6% compared with November 2009. CME Group commodities volume averaged a record 1.3 million contracts per day, up 47% compared with the prior November, and up 13% from October 2010. CME Group metals volume averaged a record 500,000 contracts per day, up 34% compared with the same period last year, and up 42% sequentially. Electronic volume averaged 11.8 million contracts per day, up 33% from the prior November, while privately negotiated volume increased 51% to 263,000 contracts per day. Average daily volume cleared through CME ClearPort was 403,000 contracts for November 2010, down 5% compared with November 2009. Open outcry volume averaged 1.7 million contracts per day in November, up 25% versus November 2009. (NOM)

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