Meanwhile, average daily volumes (ADVs) on FXall, the leading multi-dealer platform for non-financial corporates and asset managers – which was acquired by Thomson Reuters in July – went up slightly last month.
November ADVs on Thomson Reuters Dealing, Matching and Reuters Trading for FX, the company’s main FX spot trading service, fell by 7.5% to $111 billion from $120 billion in October.
Thomson Reuters November ADVs ($billions)
Source: Thomson Reuters
FXall’s November ADVs – which represent the average amount traded daily, counting one side of the trade on the platform’s main relationship trading and active trading services – increased by 1% to $95 billion from $94 billion in October.
Year-on-year, Thomson Reuters’ ADVs remain down by 26% from $150 billion in November 2011. However, FXall’s year-on-year ADVs stayed in positive territory, up 15% from the $82 billion seen in November 2011.
ADVs on Icap-owned EBS – Thomson Reuters’ leading competitor – rose in November to $103.8 billion after hitting an all-time record low in October.