The three main OTC FX platforms have now reported their Mar 2014 volumes.
Whilst Reuters matching saw a small drop in volumes and EBS a small rise, FXall saw strong growth. Hitting a new all time high, driven by record volumes in Chinese CNH on the back of recent intervention by the Chinese authorities to halt the one way bet on a continually rising Yuan.
FXall: $132bln/day, up 8.2% on the $122bln/day in Feb 2014, and some 20% up compared to Mar 2013 level of $110bln/day.
Reuters Matching: $110bln/day, down 2.7% on the $113bln/day in Feb 2014, and still some 16% down compared to Mar 2013 level of $131bln/day.
EBS: $88.4bln/day, up 5.9% on the $83.4bln/day in Feb 2014, but still a 26.6% down compared to Mar 2013 level of $120.4bln/day.
Hotspot: to be added once released.
FX volumes for Reuters, FXall and EBS- March 2014
(Chart indexed based at Jan 2011)
CLS value of trades submitted: $2,675bln/day, up 3.9% on the $2,575bln/day in Feb 2014, and 3.68% up compared to Mar 2013 level of $2,580bln/day.
CLS number of instructions submitted: 1,155,507, up 0.4% on the 1,150,663 in Feb 2014, and -5.12% down compared to Mar 2013 level of 1,217,817.
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