The FINANCIAL -- Euronext, one of the leading exchanges in the Eurozone, on December 2 announced trading volumes for November 2015.
The November 2015 average daily transaction value on the Euronext cash order book stood at €7,373 million (+13% compared with November 2014). Activity on ETFs remained particularly dynamic during November with an average daily transaction value at €635 million, up 51% compared to November 2014. In addition, a new record for warrants/certificates listed at month-end has been reached with more than 55,000 live products, according to Euronext.
The average daily volume on equity index derivatives was down at 200,778 contracts (-13% compared with November 2014), and the average daily volume on individual equity derivatives was down at 215,345 contracts (-10% compared with November 2014). During November Euronext attracted the first transactions on AtomX, our dedicated derivative trade capture service, for a total monthly volume of 5,302 contracts.
The average daily volume on commodities derivatives increased by +15% this month when compared to November 2014, with an average daily volume of 55,005 contracts. The change of the expiry cycle implemented in September continued to impact volume and open interest seasonality on this contract. The year-to-date volume remained close to 57,500 contracts (+15% compared to 2014 YTD).
Euronext had five new listings in November raising €4,884 million in total: Amundi with a market capitalisation at listing of €7.5 billion and Nokia with a market capitalisation at listing of €27.0 billion on Euronext Paris; ABN Amro with a market capitalisation at listing of €16.6 billion and Curetis, the second German company to complete an IPO on Euronext, on Euronext Amsterdam; and one EnterNext SME. In addition, during November 2015, €4.1 billion was raised in corporate bonds and €0.5 billion of follow-on equity.