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ETD Volume Reports

  • ETD Volume - June 2022

    Worldwide volume of exchange-traded derivatives reached 7 billion contracts in the month of June, the highest monthly total ever recorded.

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  • ETD Volume - May 2022

    Worldwide volume of exchange-traded derivatives reached 6.3 billion contracts in the month of May, the second highest monthly total ever recorded.

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  • ETD Volume - April 2022

    Worldwide volume of exchange-traded derivatives reached 5.81 billion contracts in the month of April.

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  • ETD Volume - March 2022

    Worldwide volume of exchange-traded derivatives reached 6.85 billion contracts in the month of March, the highest monthly total ever recorded.

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  • ETD Volume - February 2022

    Worldwide volume of exchange-traded derivatives reached 6.23 billion contracts in the month of February, the highest monthly total ever recorded.

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  • ETD Volume - January 2022

    Worldwide volume of exchange-traded derivatives reached 6.08 billion contracts in the month of January, the third highest monthly total ever recorded.

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  • ETD Volume - December 2021

    Worldwide volume of exchange-traded derivatives hit a record of 6.17 billion contracts in the month of November.

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  • Global futures and options trading hits another record in 2021

    FIA today released statistics on the number of futures and options traded on exchanges worldwide in 2021, which marked the fourth consecutive year of record-setting level of trading activity. The total volume of trading reached 62.58 billion contracts in 2021, up 33.7% from the previous year. 

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  • ETD Volume - November 2021

    Worldwide volume of exchange-traded derivatives hit a record of 6.17 billion contracts in the month of November.

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  • ETD Volume - October 2021

    Worldwide volume of exchange-traded derivatives was 5.54 billion contracts in the month of October, making it the third highest level recorded.

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