The average daily volume in forex instruments was $5.2 trillion. The figure was the same as last year’s and fell 5.5% on monthly basis.
The brokerage reported that Equities demand also declined. Volume in January fell 14% to $219.7billion, compared with December. The asset class fell 24.7% on a yearly basis.
Fixed income instruments brought in $7.7million, which is 2.5% less than the previous month. At $32.8million, the monthly demand for commodities increased 6.5%.
Saxo Bank, a month after ending its merger agreement with Disruptive Capital Acquisition Company Limited, stated last month that an IPO is possible.
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