Deutsche Börse released its monthly metrics for April yesterday. The volumes for last month are down compared to March but are still up on year-over-year basis. The company reported 42.5% MoM decrease in turnover with €172.8 billion in April (€120.9 billion for the previous year).
€141.9 billion of the total turnover were attributable to Xetra with a little over 45% decline in MoM but still up from the previous year, when it was €107.8 billion. Börse Frankfurt achieved turnover of €5.3 billion, registering almost 37% MoM decrease but still up compared to previous year when it was €2.8 billion) and on Tradegate Exchange €25.6 billion with 21% decline MoM (previous year: €10.3 billion).
Divided by class of asset, equities generated around €148.3 billion. Trading ETFs/ETCs/ETNs earned €21.7 billion. The trading volume in bonds was €0.5 billion, in certificates €1.9 billion and in funds €0.3 billion.
Allianz SE achieved the highest volume from the DAX stock on Xetra in April with €7.8 billion. Commerzbank AG led the MDAX equities with €1.0 billion in April and Draegerwerk AG & Co. KGaA Vz led the SDAX index with €250 million. The iShares Core DAX UCITS ETF generated the largest volume in the ETF sector with €1.0 billion.
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