December turnover exceeds 3.6 billion SEK (408 million Euro) at NGM
Nordic Growth Market NGM generated a total turnover exceeding 3.6 billion SEK (408 million Euro) for December 2013, based on NGM’s three markets; Sweden, Finland and Norway. NGM has reported a total turnover of more than 45 billion SEK (5 billion Euro) during 2013, which is an increase of more than 27 percent compared to 2012.
During the month of December, NGM listed equities reached a total turnover of more than 79 million SEK. NGM Equity accounted for 31 million SEK and Nordic MTF accounted for 48 million SEK. Turnover in NGM listed equities has increased by 147 percent during 2013 compared to the figures in 2012.
82 percent of the ETP trading in Sweden during December was traded at NDX. In January 2013 the trading was 65 percent and the average number during 2013 was 80 percent.* NDX Sweden reported a turnover exceeding 3.2 billion SEK while NDX Norway reached a turnover of 19 million NOK and NDX Finland a turnover of 33 million Euro. During 2013, NDX increased turnover at all three markets compared to the previous year. At NDX Sweden the turnover increased by 34 percent, at NDX Norway by 81 percent and at NDX Finland by 51 percent.
The Bull & Bear certificates, mainly with OMX as underlying asset, were NDX Sweden’s highest traded instrument type at 63 percent. The second most traded instruments were Mini Futures at 20 percent. Also at NDX Norway, the Bull & Bear certificates were the most traded instrument type at 90 percent, while NDX Finland’s most traded instrument type were Mini Futures Best/Unlimited Turbo at 33 percent.
*The number is based on categorizing by EUSIPA and statistics by Millistream.
Notes: For table, see attached file p.2. Exchange rate for December 31, 2013 EUR/SEK: 8.8485, EUR/NOK: 8.345
|Press release monthly statistics December 2013|
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About Nordic Growth Market NGM AB
Since 2003, Nordic Growth Market (NGM) is an Exchange authorized by the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority and is today a wholly-owned subsidiary of Börse Stuttgart Holding GmbH, also the owner of Börse Stuttgart, the leading retail exchange in Germany. NGM’s ambition is to be the leading exchange for retail investors in the Nordic region and to be the most attractive alternative for growth companies. NGM operates the Nordic Derivatives Exchange (NDX), a market for listing and trading of structured products, bonds and ETFs. Besides NDX, NGM also operates NG News, one of Sweden´s largest distributors of financial information. For more information about NGM, please visit www.ngm.se