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Euronext, Europe’s largest exchange, has reported its trading volumes for the latest month ending June 2016, ultimately exploding out of an unrelenting downtrend across its cash order book. The latest figures constitute a strong performance that has pared the majority if its Q2 declines in volumes, according to a Euronext statement.
After what amounted to a wild month of trading, Euronext’s average daily cash orders swelled to $9,228.7 million (€8,345 million), having climbed by a margin of 40.7% MoM from just $6,560 million (€5,932 million) in May 2016. The latest order book figures in June at Euronext also highlighted ... (read more)