Turnover in investment and leverage products on reporting European financial markets totalled EUR43 billion in the first quarter of 2021. Turnover increased by 23 percent quarter on quarter, though decreased by 13 percent year on year. These and other market data were sourced by the European Structured Investment Products Association (EUSIPA) from its members and analysed by Derivative Partners.
Tradeweb has reported total trading volume of USD19.6 trillion for May 2021. Average daily volume (ADV) for the month was USD980.4 billion, an increase of 23.9 per cent year over year.
The International Stock Exchange Group Limited (TISEG/the Company) has released its latest Annual Report which shows record revenues of GBP8.4 million, a 4.2 per cent increase in post-tax profit to GBP3.6 million and an increase in earnings per share to 128.4p during the year ended 31 December 2020.
Tradeweb has reported total trading volume for October of USD19.4 trillion (tn). Average daily volume (ADV) during the month was USD910.8 billion ( billion), up 28.8 per cent year over year (YoY) and represents Tradeweb’s second-highest month ever.
Almost all of the largest hubs for green finance are concentrated within Western Europe, a biannual index shows, with Amsterdam, Zurich, and London continuing to lead efforts to finance a sustainable future.
Japanese equities “overdue for re-evaluation” as better corporate governance opens growth opportunities
The tide may be starting to turn for Japanese equity funds, as Japanese companies’ cash-rich balance sheets and improvements in corporate governance reduce scepticism from global investors.
Investors have punished UK equity funds with heavy outflows, as the government stretches out ongoing trade negotiations with the European Union.
European asset managers’ average assets fell by 1.5 per cent over the first half of the year, as government and central bank intervention helped offset most of the damage inflicted in the coronavirus sell-off.
Coronavirus sell-off revealed “little merit” in idea that active managers navigate volatility better than passive counterparts
The majority of active managers in Europe and the US did not seize the “once-in-a-decade opportunity” presented by the coronavirus pandemic to demonstrate superior returns to passive options, according to new data from Morningstar.
Europe is poised to continue outperforming the US for the rest of the year, according to New York-based global asset manager Neuberger Berman, as uncertainty over the outcome of the US presidential election and the ongoing coronavirus pandemic continue to weigh on markets.