Deutsche Börse’s Cash Markets Generated €157.6 Billion Turnover in May

Deutsche Börse Group, a leading German marketplace organizer for the trading of shares and other securities, today released its cash market trading volumes for May 2021. The group’s cash markets generated a total turnover of €157.6 billion during the last month, marginally lower than the same period in 2020.

According to the latest numbers, Equities remained the top contributor with a turnover of nearly €134 billion. Deutsche Börse’s ETFs/ETCs/ETNs asset class generated a total of €21.3 billion in turnover during May 2021. Bonds accounted for a total turnover of €0.5 billion.

“Trading volumes on Börse Frankfurt were €4.3 billion (previous year: €4.0 billion) and on Tradegate Exchange €25.2 billion (previous year: €20.4 billion). By type of asset class, equities accounted for €134 billion in the entire cash market. The DAX stock with the highest turnover on Xetra in May was Siemens AG with €4.7 billion. Zalando SE led the MDAX with €1.6 billion, while flatexDEGIRO AG led the SDAX index with €272 million,” Deutsche Börse mentioned in the official announcement.

In April 2021, Deutsche Börse expanded its cryptocurrency offering with the introduction of an exchange-traded note (ETN) on Litecoin (LTC) and highlighted the availability of Litecoin ETN trading.

Access to Historical FX Data

Earlier today, Deutsche Börse announced that it is now providing market participants easy access to historical FX data from 360T. The group’s Data Shop is currently offering various services including 100 terabytes of historical data from the Eurex and Xetra trading venues. Commenting on the latest announcement, Simon Jones, Chief Growth Officer at 360T, said: “At 360T we have always been big believers in promoting data transparency. Our SDF is a market-leading innovation and the HDF is a natural evolution in our data offering. Making this historical data available for immediate access via the Deutsche Börse Data Shop is just another example of 360T innovating, giving FX industry participants the opportunity to easily access high-quality market data.”

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