Sean Cleary is set to leave Cboe FX, where he was global head of sales. Profit & Loss understands that Cleary will be leaving his position at the end of May, and that Ben Leit, currently head of FX sales, Europe, will assume his role. A spokesperson at Cboe FX says: “We thank Sean for […]
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It looks like there was an uptick in trading activity in March, as the first platforms to report trading volumes – FXSpotStream, Cboe FX and FastMatch – all reported higher month-on-month volumes.The average daily volume (ADV) traded on FXSpotStream was $37.8 billion in March, its second highest month ever and an 8.38% increase from the $34.8 billion it reported for February. It also represents a 37% increase compared to March 2018.CboeFX reported an ADV of $38.5 billion last month, up 11.6% from the $34.5 billion it reported in February, but largely flat year-on-year.
The first four platforms to report average daily volume (ADV) for April paint a mixed picture with Euronext’s Fastmatch FX seeing an uptick in activity from March and Cboe FX, FXSpotStream and GTX seeing a slight decline. All four venues are higher on a year-on-year basis.
Cboe FX, formerly HotspotFX, reports average daily volume of $36.3 billion in April, FXSpotStream, $24.6 billion, FastmatchFX $19.4 billion and Gain’s GTX $13.3 billion. The Fastmatch Tape has also report a big gain in April.
The first three platforms to report FX average daily volume (ADV) for November indicate activity stayed around year’s highs.
CBoE FX (formerly HotspotFX) reports ADV of $33.8 billion, a 5.6% increase from October and a 11.2% increase year-on-year.
Euronext’s FastmatchFX reports ADV of $17.8 billion in November, slightly down from October’s $18 billion and 4.1% higher than October 2017, and Gain’s GTX says it handled ADV of $12.2 billion on its ECN and SEF, a 7% increase month-on-month and up 18.4% year-on-year.