The US markets have bucked a global trend that saw trading fall in the first quarter across other regions
The US derivatives market prospered in the first quarter in
contrast to a decline in global trading levels, largely due to
improved performances in US interest rate and index products,
according to FOW data, writes Joe Parsons.
Total US derivatives volume grew 5.7% year-on-year to 1.88bn
in the first quarter, while Asian derivatives volume fell 10.8%
to 1.82bn and European volumes declined by 14.4% to 360.5m.
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