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Deutsche Börse’s Cash Markets Shrink 11% MoM to €144.1bn in June

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The cash markets of
Deutsche Börse, a Germany-based exchange organization, dropped from a turnover
of €161.6 billion in May to €144.1 billion in June.

This is an approximate
11% contraction in the volumes of the German marketplace organizer’s cash
markets.

These details are
contained in Deutsche Börse’s cash market trading volumes for June published on Friday.

The cash markets
had climbed 10% month-on-month (MoM) from April’s €147.1
billion turnover to €161.6 billion in May.

Trading Venues in Decline

Out of the €144.1
billion generated in June from all of Deutsche Börse’s cash markets,
Xetra accounted for €123.9 billion.

This is a 10% plunge
from the trading venue’s €138.1 billion posting last month.

Xetra is Europe’s
leading trading venue and reference market for German blue chips, equities, and
exchange-traded funds (ETFs).

The average daily Xetra
trading volume (ADV) dropped by a close measure: It declined 11% from
€6.3 billion to €5.6 billion.

On a year-on-year (YoY)
basis, Xetra’s ADV slide 16% to €5.4 billion in June from €6.4 billion in May.

Deutsche Börse’s Cash Markets Shrink 11% MoM to €144.1bn in June

Source: Deutsche Börse

Börse Frankfurt, the trading venue for mainly private investors, generated a trading turnover
of €2.7 billion. This represents a 10% MoM dip and a 29% drop YoY.

Trading volumes on
Tradegate Exchange, which is owned 60% by Deutsche Börse AG, capped at €17.5
billion in June.

This is a 15% plunge
from the €20.5 billion recorded in May to the €17.5 billion generated in
June.

On a YoY basis, it’s a
25% contraction in trading volumes of the exchange that specializes in
executing private investors’ orders.

What’s the Performance
by Asset Class?

According to Deutsche
Börse, by type of asset class, equities accounted for €119.8 billion in the
entire cash market.

This is an 11% drop from
May’s €135.3 billion turnover.

On the other hand, trading
in exchange-traded funds, commodities and notes generated a turnover of €22.6
billion.

This is a 8% drop from
the €24.5 billion turnover generated in this category last month.

“Turnover in bonds was
€0.4 billion, in certificates €1.1 billion and in funds €0.2 billion,” Deutsche
Börse wrote.

How Did the Indexes
Perform?

This month, the stock of 143-year-old
Linde PLC, a global multinational chemical company, recorded the DAX stock highest turnover on Xetra.

In May, Allianz SE, a
German multinational financial services company, led the stock index on the
trading venue.

Furthermore,
Frankfurt-headquartered Commerzbank AG, a major German bank operating as a universal
bank, led the MDAX with €1.3 billion.

The MDAX is a stock
index that lists German businesses trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

Rheinmetall AG, a
leading German integrated technology group, led the MDAX with €1.6 billion in
May.

Additionally,
Hamburg-headquartered Deutsche EuroShop AG, an international German real estate
investment company, led the SDAX Index with €220 million.

VERBIO Vereinigte
BioEnergie AG, a German manufacturer and supplier of biofuels, led the index in
May with €377 million.

“In the ETF segment, the
iShares Core MSCI World UCITS ETF generated the largest volume with €762
million,” Deutsche Börse said.

The cash markets of
Deutsche Börse, a Germany-based exchange organization, dropped from a turnover
of €161.6 billion in May to €144.1 billion in June.

This is an approximate
11% contraction in the volumes of the German marketplace organizer’s cash
markets.

These details are
contained in Deutsche Börse’s cash market trading volumes for June published on Friday.

The cash markets
had climbed 10% month-on-month (MoM) from April’s €147.1
billion turnover to €161.6 billion in May.

Trading Venues in Decline

Out of the €144.1
billion generated in June from all of Deutsche Börse’s cash markets,
Xetra accounted for €123.9 billion.

This is a 10% plunge
from the trading venue’s €138.1 billion posting last month.

Xetra is Europe’s
leading trading venue and reference market for German blue chips, equities, and
exchange-traded funds (ETFs).

The average daily Xetra
trading volume (ADV) dropped by a close measure: It declined 11% from
€6.3 billion to €5.6 billion.

On a year-on-year (YoY)
basis, Xetra’s ADV slide 16% to €5.4 billion in June from €6.4 billion in May.

Deutsche Börse’s Cash Markets Shrink 11% MoM to €144.1bn in June

Source: Deutsche Börse

Börse Frankfurt, the trading venue for mainly private investors, generated a trading turnover
of €2.7 billion. This represents a 10% MoM dip and a 29% drop YoY.

Trading volumes on
Tradegate Exchange, which is owned 60% by Deutsche Börse AG, capped at €17.5
billion in June.

This is a 15% plunge
from the €20.5 billion recorded in May to the €17.5 billion generated in
June.

On a YoY basis, it’s a
25% contraction in trading volumes of the exchange that specializes in
executing private investors’ orders.

What’s the Performance
by Asset Class?

According to Deutsche
Börse, by type of asset class, equities accounted for €119.8 billion in the
entire cash market.

This is an 11% drop from
May’s €135.3 billion turnover.

On the other hand, trading
in exchange-traded funds, commodities and notes generated a turnover of €22.6
billion.

This is a 8% drop from
the €24.5 billion turnover generated in this category last month.

“Turnover in bonds was
€0.4 billion, in certificates €1.1 billion and in funds €0.2 billion,” Deutsche
Börse wrote.

How Did the Indexes
Perform?

This month, the stock of 143-year-old
Linde PLC, a global multinational chemical company, recorded the DAX stock highest turnover on Xetra.

In May, Allianz SE, a
German multinational financial services company, led the stock index on the
trading venue.

Furthermore,
Frankfurt-headquartered Commerzbank AG, a major German bank operating as a universal
bank, led the MDAX with €1.3 billion.

The MDAX is a stock
index that lists German businesses trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

Rheinmetall AG, a
leading German integrated technology group, led the MDAX with €1.6 billion in
May.

Additionally,
Hamburg-headquartered Deutsche EuroShop AG, an international German real estate
investment company, led the SDAX Index with €220 million.

VERBIO Vereinigte
BioEnergie AG, a German manufacturer and supplier of biofuels, led the index in
May with €377 million.

“In the ETF segment, the
iShares Core MSCI World UCITS ETF generated the largest volume with €762
million,” Deutsche Börse said.

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