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Data Resources

In support of its mission to promote better understanding of and greater transparency into the global derivatives markets, FIA publishes several types of statistics. These include levels of trading activity on exchanges and swap execution facilities as well as the number of clearing firms in the U.S. and the amount of customer funds held by these firms.

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Recent Articles & Analysis

  • Q2 2021 trends in futures and options trading

    This webinar covers broad trends in volume and open interest and takes a deep dive into four areas - equity index and interest rate trading in Europe, the growth of ESG futures, emerging opportunities in Brazil and the Asia-Pacific region, and a comparison of agricultural futures trading in China and the US.

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  • FIA releases data on futures and options volume trends in first half of 2021

    FIA today released new data for the first half of 2021 that shows global futures and options trading reached 28.9 billion contracts in the first half of 2021, up 32.1% compared to the first half of 2020.

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  • ETD Volume - June 2021

    Worldwide volume of exchange-traded derivatives was 5.04 billion contracts in the month of June, making it the second highest level recorded after March 2021.

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  • May 2021 SEF trading activity

    Trading volume on swap execution facilities reached $757.1 billion in average notional value per day during May 2021.

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