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Saxo Bank, the Denmark-based company combining the roles of a Forex broker and a bank, earlier today posted its key operating metrics for March 2015.
The set of data is solid, with Forex volumes enjoying a spike against February 2015 levels, pointing out that the company has obviously managed to ride the wave of increased volatility on FX markets observed throughout last month.
Let’s check out the numbers.
- Average daily volumes in March 2015 amounted to $11.4 billion, a robust result, which is 26.7% higher than the $9 billion result, seen in February 2015.
- Average daily volumes in March 2015 were unchanged against March 2014.
- Monthly trading volumes in March 2015 totaled $250 billion, which is 40% higher than in February 2015, when the result was $179 billion.
- Monthly trading volumes in March 2015 were 4.6% higher than in March 2014, when the result stood at $239 billion.
- Clients’ collateral deposits for trading (denominated in USD) were slightly down from February’s $11.09 billion, standing at $10.91 billion.
To view Saxo Bank’s detailed operating metrics since January 2013, visit the corporate Transparency page.