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Monthly MiFID MTF Monitor: April 2010

We are pleased to provide our fourth month of monitoring the MTF performances in
European Equities trading, in partnership with Thomson Reuters Equity Market Share Reporter (EMSR).  This month is particularly interesting with the demise of NASDAQ OMX Europe – rumours are that Equiduct are interested in buying their business – and a meeting at the FSClub tonight on MiFID Wave 2 (more on this later).

Market
Share based upon Euro Value

April 2010

April MTF Euro Value
March 2010

2010_03, Euro

Source:
Thomson Reuters
Equity Market Share Reporter

Market Share based upon
Volume of Trading

April 2010

April MTF Volume
March 2010

2010_03, Volume

Source:
Thomson Reuters
Equity Market Share Reporter

Market Share based upon
Trade Count

April 2010

April MTF Trade Count
March 2010

2010_03, Trades

Source:
Thomson Reuters
Equity Market Share Reporter

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



Total

Source: Thomson Reuters Equity Market Share Reporter 

 
Transparent

Source: Thomson Reuters Equity Market Share Reporter


Auction

Source: Thomson Reuters Equity Market Share Reporter

 
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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Chris M Skinner
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