Gain Capital’s July total volume slumps 10.52% MoM, but retail shows some life


Gain Capital (NYSE:GCAP) announced their monthly metrics for July today for a total decrease of 10.52% MoM with $575B being reported from June’s $646B. Institutional volumes slid back a bit after a nice MoM bump up in June. Retail volumes led the way this month with a double digit jump from June. Meanwhile, also reported today by LeapRate…GAIN is reporting a loss for the second quarter of 2014, with CEO Glenn Stevens stating that volatility is at the lowest point in 10 years.

See July volume details below:

Retail metrics

Retail OTC trading volume of $183.2 billion, an increase of 10.3% from June 2014 and an increase of 29.3% from July 2013.

— Average daily retail OTC trading volume of $8.0 billion, an increase of 0.7% from June 2014 and an increase of 29.3% from July 2013.

— Active retail OTC accounts of 93,374, a decrease of 0.9% from June 2014 and an increase of 44.1% from July 2013.

— Futures contracts of 601,406, an increase of 16.0% from June 2014 and an increase of 38.6% from July 2013.

— Average daily futures contracts of 26,148, an increase of 5.9% from June 2014 and an increase of 38.6% from July 2013.

— Total funded accounts of 131,040, an increase of 0.2% from June 2014 and an increase of 37.9% from July 2013.

Institutional metrics

Total institutional trading volume of $394.9 billion, a decrease of 17.7% from June 2014 and an increase of 12.2% from July 2013.

— Average daily institutional volume of $17.2 billion, a decrease of 24.9% from June 2014 and an increase of 12.2% from July 2013.

— GTX trading volume of $362.8 billion, a decrease of 18.7% from June 2014 and an increase of 3.1% from July 2013.

— Average daily GTX volume of $15.8 billion, a decrease of 25.7% from June 2014 and an increase of 3.1% from July 2013.

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