Eurex earlier Tuesday reported a bumper month, with volumes up 39% on July 2014
Derivatives giant CME Group said Tuesday
that it saw a solid month of trading in July with volume up 5%
on the comparable month, driven by strong growth in
agricultural commodities and treasury options, while interest
rates and its flagship futures contracts reported declines.
The exchange group, owners of the CME,
Comex and Nymex, reported good results for July, with total
volumes of more than 282 million contracts and average daily
volume (ADV) of 12.8 million contracts, up 5% on July 2014.
The results are slightly down on the
previous month when CME reported total volumes of more than 320
million contracts with an average daily volume (ADV) of 14.6
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