Trading Volumes

Trading Volumes &
Execution Statistics

April 2022 Highlights

  • PrimeXM XCore Community has registered a total of $1.206 trillion in transacted volume and total of 40.77 million processed trades in April 2022 across all 4 major Data Centers (LD4, NY4, TY3 and SG1). This marks +1.37% MoM growth vs March and a strong +34.41% YoY increase. Processed transactions on the Community has increased +50.83% YoY further strengthening XCore position as preferred technology solution. 
  • The Average Daily Volume (ADV) in April was $57.45 billion. The highest daily trading volume of the month was recorded on the 25th of April with $79 billion turnover. London (LD4) continues to be the busiest data center where $931 billion were transacted. Tokyo (TY3) is second with $154 billion, NY4 with $115 billion and Singapore SG1 data center with $6.47 billion.
  • Spot Gold remains the most popular instrument having of all volume during April, followed by EURUSD (16.2%), GBPUSD (11.2%) and JPY against USD, GBP and EUR (combined up to  ~10%).  3 major equity indices #US30, #US100 and #Germany40 represent ¼ of all transacted volumes by the XCore Community. 

April - Daily Volume - distribution per Data Center

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April - Daily Trades - distribution per Data Center

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Last 12 Months (LTM - Daily Volume)

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Monthly Overall Statistics

Month Total Traded Volume ($ billion) Average Daily Volume ($ billion) Number of Trades (million)
April 2022
1,206.47
57.45
40.77
March 2022
1,303.57
56.68
42.67
MoM % Change
-7.45%
1.37%
-4.46%

Data centre Statistics

Location Total Traded Volume ($ billion) Average Daily Volume ($ billion) Number of Trades (million)
UK - LD4
931.00
44.33
23.10
US - NY4
115.00
5.48
11.30
JP - TY3
154.00
7.33
5.98
SG - SG1
6.47
0.308
0.39

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Previous Months Statistics

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