Average daily volume (ADV), in forex instruments, was $5.5 billion. Although the figure was up 5.8% monthly, it was 1.8% lower than last year.
According to the brokerage firm, Equities demand also dropped. Volume in February was $208billion, a 5.3% decrease compared to January. Annually, the asset class declined 17.4%.
Fixed income instruments brought in $8 Million, an increase of 1.3% over the previous month. On a monthly basis, commodities demand rose 0.3% to $32.9million.
The investment and trading site online released last week its annual financial reports for 2022. They reported a 5.8% decline in profits to DKK711 million, but a 7% increase of clients.
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