After seeing an uptick in trading volumes during the month of June, the (TFX) has today released its metrics for July, revealing a drop of trading from the previous month.
During the month of July, TFX recorded a total trading volume for foreign exchange (forex) Daily Futures contracts of 1,874,286. The average daily trading volume was 81,492 contracts.
When measuring this trading volume , July’s performance has dropped by 30.1 per cent. July’s FX trading volume is also lower on a yearly comparison, down 7.1 per cent.
TFX reports MoM drop across currency pairs
Taking a look at trading activity for specific currency pairs, volumes were lower in July on a monthly comparison across the board, with the New Zealand dollar/Japanese yen (NZD/JPY) currency pair reporting the biggest monthly decline of 51.8 per cent.
On an annual comparison, the situation isn’t as bad for the month of July, with half of the currency pairs posting a yearly increase in trading volumes. Seeing the biggest annual gain was the Mexican peso against the yen (MXN/JPY), which increased by 141.9 per cent.
Moving on to Equity Index Daily Futures contracts, the trading volume for the month was 750,410 contracts, and an average daily trading volume of 32,627 contracts. Against June of 2020, July’s trading volume has fallen by 43.3 per cent. However, trading has increased by 13.9 per cent for the product on a yearly scale.
The trading volume of Three-month Euroyen futures was 15,728 contracts in July, with an average daily volume of 749 contracts. This is lower by 42.4 per cent and 79.1 per cent month on month and year on year, respectively.
The combined trading volume for all TFX products for the seventh month of the year was 2,640,424 contracts. When weighing this against the previous month, volumes are lower by 34.5 per cent. Trading was also weaker by 4.0 per cent against July of 2019.
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