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Another bumper month for yet another FX company, this time Japan’s exchange-traded Click365, which has today announced its trading volumes for October 2014.
Building further on the sudden and pronounced upturn in fortunes which were experienced in September by the vast majority of FX companies and trading venues worldwide both on and off exchange, October’s figures trounce those of the previous month with the trading volume of Click365’s three-month Euroyen futures having stood at 291,439 contracts, which is 30.2% higher than was achieved in September, and 48.3% higher than October 2013, the very month during which the tailing off of volumes commenced and did not subside until almost a year later.
Average daily volume for the Euroyen futures contract in October was 13,247
Click365 FX margin trading via Tokyo Financial Exchange (TFX) was also subject to an increase over September’s figures, with 4,048,872 contracts having been traded, which is 24.2% above the number achieved in September, and a gargantuan 66.8% up from the same period one year previous, whilst average daily volumes amounted to 176,036 contracts.
Combined trading volume for all TFX products was 5,191,856, which is a more than respectable 31.6% increase from September’s results, and 56.3% higher than October 2013. Total average daily trading volume across the entire exchange was 226,368 contracts.
To read the full announcement from the Tokyo Financial Exchange, click here.
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