Stockholm, 1 August 2018 – Today the Nasdaq (Nasdaq:NDAQ) monthly trade statistics for the nordic and baltic markets. Below follows a summary of the development on the Nasdaq Stockholm in July 2018.
Trading in shares on Nasdaq Stockholm decreased by 1.8% to an average daily trading on the 16,109 SEK billion, compared with 16,399 billion SEK in July 2017. Compared with the previous month, June, 2018, turnover fell by 14.4%.
Number of cleared derivative contracts increased by 1.1% to an average daily trading on 332 744 contracts, compared with 329 196 contract in July 2017.
Trading in exchange-traded funds (ETFs — Exchange Traded Funds) on the Nasdaq Stockholm decreased by 13.5% to an average daily trading on 206 m compared to SEK 238 m SEC in July 2017.
AB Volvo was the most traded shares per day on Nasdaq Stockholm during the month, a result of Atlas Copco AB
Morgan Stanley Int. plc was the most active börsmedlemmen during the month, followed by Deutsche Bank AG.
Nasdaq Stockholm’s share of the orderbokshandeln in our quoted shares decreased to 66.2% compared to 67.4% in the previous månad1.
Nasdaq Stockholm during the month of July offer the best buy/sell rate (p.k. EBBO2 – European Best Bid and offer) in the OMXS30 companies 92,5% of the time.
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1. Source: Thomson Reuters. Included are venues in Europe that offer trading in shares listed on Nasdaq Nordic.
2. EBBO (European Best Bid and offer) is aimed at the best available price to sell or buy a trade instrument such as a share.
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