Nasdaq and the BME exchange reported losses, while DGCX volumes surged
Nasdaq Nordic exchanges and the Spanish
BME are the first European exchanges to report slower trading
last month, while the Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange saw a
40% year-on-year surge in volumes, after a month of slow
trading in August.
The Spanish Bolsas y Mercados Espanoles
(BME) reported on Monday a 6% fall in derivatives trading to
4.56 million contracts. In the exchange traded funds (ETF)
segment, trading volume dropped by more than half, from a total
of €892 million in September 2015 to a mere €388
million last month.
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