Exchange trading volumes for September suggest a month of mixed results
The world's top futures markets have
reported mixed trading levels for September with the main US
markets showing growth while trading in Europe and Asia
The Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Chicago
Board Options Exchange and the Options Clearing Corporation
reported growth for September, while other international
exchanges lag behind, foreshadowing a month of mixed
The Merc announced on Monday the average
daily volume on its platforms reached 15 million contracts per
day, up 6% year-on-year. The CME’s average daily
options volume was up 9% to 2.4 contracts this month, while
metals volume was up 30% to 383,000 daily lots.
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