Cboe Global Markets, a leading global market operator and trading solutions provider, recently published its trading volume statistics for June 2021. The operator saw a jump of 12.8% in Options average daily volume (ADV).
According to the latest numbers, Options ADV in June 2021 was up by more than 9% compared to May 2021. In terms of Futures Volume, the total ADV dropped marginally by 0.9% compared to the same period last year.
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The latest numbers from Cboe Global Markets came after the operator reported a surge in its FX volumes during June 2021. During the last month, the FX ADV jumped above $33 billion, which is up by nearly 2.6% compared to May 2021.
In terms of European Equities, Cboe Global Markets reported a small decline of 1.7% in the average daily notional value (ADNV) compared to the same period in 2020. US Equities (on-exchange matched volume) total ADV dropped by 3.8% compared to May 2021.
Cboe Global Markets also published second-quarter 2021 RPC/Net Revenue capture guidance. For Global FX, the operator is expecting revenues capture to be in line with the two-month average. Cboe Global Markets is also expecting revenue capture for European Equities to be in line with the estimates.
“The touched revenue capture for U.S. Equities on-exchange volume for the second quarter of 2021 is expected to be 4 to 5 percent below the two-month average, largely due to a shift in the mix of shares traded. The mix shift reflects a higher percentage of shares priced at or above a dollar versus shares priced below a dollar, resulting in higher volume-based rebates in June versus the two-month average. The projected revenue capture for the second quarter of 2021 is expected to exceed the first quarter by 30 to 35 percent,” the operator mentioned in the official announcement.
Cboe Global Markets recently announced the completion of the acquisition of Chi-X Asia Pacific Holdings, Ltd. (Chi-X Asia Pacific), an alternative market operator and provider of innovative market solutions.
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