ICAP daily volumes rise in March – 9% up on February


Volume on EBS ticked up slightly from February up 6% at $88.4bn for March 2014, but off 27% YOY

EBS volumes come in at $88.4bn for March 2014, off 27% from the year prior when in March 2013 $120.4bn in volume clocked in. However, volume is up from the previous month by 6%. In February 2014, $83.5bn was reported. ICAP reported total electronic average daily volumes of $762.7bn in March – 9% up on February and 3% higher than a year ago.

ICAP reports total electronic average daily volumes of $762.7bn in March – 9% up on February and 3% higher than a year ago. – See more at: https://www.stockmarketwire.com/article/4786893/ICAP-daily-volumes-rise.html#sthash.kmciO3sL.dpuf
ICAP reports total electronic average daily volumes of $762.7bn in March – 9% up on February and 3% higher than a year ago. – See more at: https://www.stockmarketwire.com/article/4786893/ICAP-daily-volumes-rise.html#sthash.kmciO3sL.dpuf
ICAP reports total electronic average daily volumes of $762.7bn in March – 9% up on February and 3% higher than a year ago. – See more at: https://www.stockmarketwire.com/article/4786893/ICAP-daily-volumes-rise.html#sthash.kmciO3sL.dpuf

Volume on EBS is stuck in the mid to high 80s so far for 2014. ICAP shares [LON:IAP] in London we’re up at around noon time, trading at 398.80p +8.80p ( +2.26 %).

398.80p +8.80p ( +2.26 %)check out the chart below:

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View the Official ICAP volume report here.

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ICAP reports total electronic average daily volumes of $762.7bn in March – 9% up on February and 3% higher than a year ago. – See more at: https://www.stockmarketwire.com/article/4786893/ICAP-daily-volumes-rise.html#sthash.kmciO3sL.dpuf

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