Options trading volumes in the US rose 3.5% during August driven largely by activity on CBOE
trading volumes in the US rose 3.5% during August driven
largely by activity on the Chicago Board Options Exchange
(CBOE), writes Jonathan Watkins.
320m contracts changed hands across the 12 platforms in the US,
meaning this year’s overall trading activity is
now up just over 2% from 2012.
the month, CBOE managed to post one of the largest activity
increases compared with the previous year, as its volumes rose
15% across its two options platforms.
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