Saxo Bank reports 5.7% increase in average daily volumes in June 2015

Saxo Bank has today reported its trading volume figures for the month of June 2015, with a steady increase from the previous month having been achieved.

In June this year, Saxo Bank has recorded average daily volumes for the month of June equaling $11 billion, 5.7% up from the $10.4 billion achieved in May this year.

A return to form in terms of total monthly volume was most certainly present in June, with $241 billion overall, representing a healthy 10% increase from the $219 billion achieved in May 2015, and heading in the direction of the $250 billion recorded in March which was a very buoyant month for the company.

Steady monthly figures have been a measure of Saxo Bank’s continued strength during this year, and with the company majoring on its technological innovation following a multi-national launch of its new SaxoTraderGo device neutral, open API based platform, the firm is set to engage its discerning and loyal client base as the second half of 2015 is well underway.

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For the official volume figures from Saxo Bank, click here.

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Saxo Bank reports 5.7% increase in average daily volumes in June 2015


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