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Thomson Reuters FX Volumes Up, 360T Down, in August

Thomson Reuters FX volumes rose slightly in August from July, while 360T’s – which now include Gain GTX turnover – fell slightly. Both were up year-on-year. Last week Thomson Reuters reported average daily turnover in all FX products of $403 billion, compared to $398 billion in July – this represents a 9.8% increase year-on-year.
Spot FX ADV at TR across its platforms was unchanged month-on-month at $94 billion, however it was up 14.6% higher than August 2017.
Deutsche Boerse’s 360T business line meanwhile, reports ADV of $68.6 billion in all FX products, a 4.2% decline from July.

Thomson Reuters FX Volumes Up, 360T Down, in August

Thomson Reuters FX volumes rose slightly in August from July, while 360T’s – which now include Gain GTX turnover – fell slightly. Both were up year-on-year.
Last week Thomson Reuters reported average daily turnover in all FX products of $403 billion, compared to $398 billion in July – this represents a 9.8% increase year-on-year.
Spot FX ADV at TR across its platforms was unchanged month-on-month at $94 billion, however it was up 14.6% higher than August 2017.
Deutsche Boerse’s 360T business line meanwhile, reports ADV of $68.6 billion in all FX products, a 4.2% decline from July.

Thomson Reuters FX Volumes Up, 360T Down, in August

Thomson Reuters FX volumes rose slightly in August from July, thanks entirely to increased activity in non-spot FX products, while 360T’s ADV – which now includes Gain GTX turnover – fell slightly. Both were up year-on-year.
The latest data from these platforms completes a mixed picture for the FX trading venue owners in August, for while all were comfortably up year-on-year, Thomson Reuters, NEX Markets, CME Group, CboeFX, FXSpotStream recorded month-on-month increases, while 360T, Integral and FastmatchFX reported small declines.

Thomson Reuters FX Volumes Up, 360T Down, in August

Thomson Reuters FX volumes rose slightly in August from July, thanks entirely to increased activity in non-spot FX products, while 360T’s ADV – which now includes Gain GTX turnover – fell slightly. Both were up year-on-year.
The latest data from these platforms completes a mixed picture for the FX trading venue owners in August, for while all were comfortably up year-on-year, Thomson Reuters, NEX Markets, CME Group, CboeFX, FXSpotStream recorded month-on-month increases, while 360T, Integral and FastmatchFX reported small declines.