Exchanges have not increased share of derivatives trading, according to report
The trading of derivatives on exchanges
has not increased in spite of new regulation designed to
discourage over-the-counter trading, according to a new
The Bank for International Settlement said
on Monday the exchange-traded and over-the-counter (OTC) shares
of the global foreign exchange and interest rate derivatives
market have remained largely unchanged over the past three
The BIS said that, while the total daily
average turnover of FX and rates derivatives traded rose to
$11.3 trillion in April 2016 from $10.5 trillion in April 2013,
the exchange-traded portion of that market was stable at 46%
over the three years.
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