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The Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM) has today reported results for February trading metrics which shown an increase in customer trading volume which hit a new high for the exchange operator.
Volumes during February reached 2,677,075 contracts from customer traders originating from overseas, and represented just over 50% of the total trading volume 5,348,160 contracts, and thus passing the 50% threshold for the second consecutive month.
Month-over-month the February rise represents an increase of 190,843 contracts and up 7.6% from 2,486,232 contracts recorded in January 2016. This brings the total contract volume year-to-date to 5,123,361 contracts across 16 reported product lines. Compared year-over-year, January ... (read more)