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The Spanish stock exchange traded €82.86 billion in December, up 36% year on year

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  • Trading in Equities on the Spanish stock market in 2009 reached €897.15 bn.
  • The number of trades on the ETF segment in 2009 was up 99% from a year earlier.
  • Annual record trading in 2009 in Futures and Options, at 93.1 million contracts, up 12% from the previous year.
  • Trading volume on the Corporate Debt market in 2009 hit an annual record high, at €3.69 trillion, up 53.8% from a year earlier…

 

Equities

The trading volume on the Spanish Stock Exchange in December was €82.86 million, up 36% from a year earlier. The trading volume in 2009 totaled €897.15bn, down 27.8% from the previous year.

 

In December the number of shares traded reached 7,953, up 9.9% from the same month in 2008. The number of shares executed in 2009 totaled 114.18bn, down 4.6% from 2008.

 

The number of trades in December was 2.32 million, up 9.7% from December 2008. The total number of trades in 2009 was 31.60 million, down 14.4% from the previous year.

 

As for the ETF segment, the number of trades in December came in at 3,966, up 43% from December 2008. The trading volume in 2009 totaled €303.9 million, up 29.5% from the same month in 2008. The number of trades reported by this segment in 2009 was 99% higher than in 2008, at 50,789, and the trading volume in 2009 totaled €3.47bn.

 

Warrants and Certificates

 

The number of warrants admitted to trading in 2009 was 7,237. Trading volume in December on the warrants and certificates market came in at €104 million, down 35.2% from December 2008. The number of trades in December was 21,629, down 30.1% from the same month a year earlier.

 

The trading volume on this segment in 2009 totaled €1.80bn, down 38.9% from 2008 while the number of trades was 358,578, down 38.7% from a year earlier.

 

Futures and options

 

The number of contracts traded in 2009 reached a record high, with 93.1 million Futures and Options contracts traded, up 12% from 2008. Also worthy of note is the trading volume in Options on Stocks on this market in 2009, which totaled 35.5 million contracts, up 94% from 2008.

 

In December trading on BME’s Derivatives Market came in at 7.9 million Futures and Options contracts, with heavy trading in Options on Stocks, at 3.7 million contracts, up 32% from December 2008.

 

Corporate Debt

 

The trading volume on the Corporate Debt market in 2009 hit an annual record high, at €3.69 trillion, up 53.8% from a year earlier. The market also reached an annual record high in terms of trades carried out in 2009, at 917,321, up 13.6% from the previous year.

 

The trading volume in December came in at €318.93bn, up 2% from the same month a year earlier.

 

New issues in 2009 came in at €388.57bn, down 18.5% from a year earlier. The total volume of new issues in December was €21.66bn, down by 52.3% from the same month in 2008.

 

The outstanding balance at the end of 2009 was €870.98bn, up 6.3% from a year earlier.

Source: ETFWorld – BME

 

 

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