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Turnover at Deutsche Börse’s cash markets totals EUR94.3 billion in August

Order book turnover on Xetra, the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and Tradegate stood at EUR94.3 billion in August, up from EUR84.6 billion the previous year.

Of the EUR94.3 billion, EUR87.0 billion was attributable to Xetra (August 2013: EUR76.8 billion) and EUR3.8 billion attributable to the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (August 2013: EUR4.0 billion).
Order book turnover on Tradegate Exchange totalled approximately EUR3.5 billion in August (August 2013: EUR3.7 billion).
In equities, turnover reached about EUR80.6 billion on Deutsche Börse’s cash markets (Xetra: EUR75.8 billion, Frankfurt Stock Exchange: EUR1.7 billion, Tradegate Exchange: EUR3.1 billion).
Turnover in bonds was EUR0.8 billion, and in structured products EUR1.2 billion. Order book turnover in ETFs/ETCs/ETNs amounted to EUR11.6 billion.

A total of 16.4 million transactions were executed on Xetra in August (August 2013: 15.3 million). The average daily turnover on Xetra stood at EUR4.1 billion in August (August 2013: EUR3.5 billion).
The DAX security with the highest turnover in August was Daimler AG at EUR4.2 billion. Metro AG led the MDAX equities at EUR685.9 million, while Deutsche Annington Immobilien SE topped the SDAX equity index with EUR164.9 million, and Nordex SE headed TecDAX with EUR478.4 million.
The ETF with the highest turnover on Xetra was iShares Core DAX with EUR1.7 billion.

The electronic trading platform Eurex Bonds traded EUR5.4 billion (single counting) in August (August 2013: EUR11.3 billion).

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