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Monthly MiFID MTF Monitor, March 2011

We are pleased to provide our monthly monitor of MTF performances in European Equities trading, in partnership with Thomson Reuters Equity Market Share Reporter (EMSR). 

Market Share based upon Euro Value

March 2011

MiFID March 2011 euro
February 2011

MiFID feb 2011 turnover 

Source: Thomson Reuters Equity Market Share Reporter

 

Market Share based upon Volume of Trading

March 2011

MiFID March 2011 vol

February 2011

MiFID feb 2011 vol

Source: Thomson Reuters Equity Market Share Reporter

 

Market Share based upon Trade Count

March 2011

MiFID March 2011 trade

February 2011

MiFID feb 2011 tradecont 
Source: Thomson Reuters Equity Market Share Reporter

  

If you prefer numbers to charts, then here are the numbers:

MiFID March 2011 total

Source: Thomson Reuters Equity Market Share Reporter

MiFID March 2011 trans
Source: Thomson Reuters Equity Market Share Reporter 

MiFID March 2011 auction

Source: Thomson Reuters Equity Market Share Reporter 

MiFID March 2011 dark     

Source: Thomson Reuters Equity Market Share Reporter

 

* these figures reflect auction and non-auction transparent order book and dark pool trades, but excludes real-time and post-trade on-exchange reported and off-exchange OTC trades in order to provide a true comparison between the MTFs impact and the traditional exchanges.

 

For last month's monitor, click here.

 

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2 comments

  1. Could someone comment on why figures in the tables do not match with those reported for previous months? E.g. February figures for transparent do not match those reported in March. Also, why March figures are exactly the same as those reported for January 2011?? Is this coincidence which I don’t believe though…

  2. People trade more in some months than others

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