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BATS Global Markets, datos destacados de julio: se notifica el 20,3 % de cuota de mercado de renta variable estadounidense; el 21,5 % de la cuota de mercado de renta variable europea

BATS Global Markets (BATS) informó hoy de una cuota de mercado de renta variable estadounidense del 20,3 % y una cuota de mercado de renta variable europea del 21,5 %, lo que representa un incremento de ambas cifras desde junio.

En julio, BATS se convirtió en el mayor operador del mundo de bolsas de valores, con la ejecución de valores teóricos de transacción por valor de 1270 billones de dólares, comparados con los 1210 billones de dólares de Intercontinental Exchange, que opera el NYSE Group, y 1100 billones de dólares de Nasdaq OMX.

Otros datos destacados de julio:

  • En Estados Unidos, BATS tuvo un 20,3 % de cuota de mercado de renta variable estadounidense en julio, más alta que el 9,6 % de hace un año, y que el 19,2 % de junio. BATS Options registró un 4,1 % de cuota de mercado, en contraste con el 4,3 % de hace un año y con el 3,9 % de junio.
  • En Europa, BATS Chi-X Europe acabó con una cuota total de mercado del 21,5 % con incrementos anuales en los índices clave de pequeña y mediana capitalización, entre otros el FTSE 250 (aumento del 4,4 %), el CAC Next20 (aumento del 42,6 %), en el SDAX (aumento del 22,9 %); en el AMX (aumento del 10,9 %) y en el SMIM (aumento del 10,1 %).
  • En julio, se notificaron 297 300 millones de euros a la agencia de informes comerciales europeos de BATS, la BXTR, con un récord del 58,8 % de cuota de mercado. BTXR ha sido reconocida también por The Banker como el “Proyecto tecnológico del año”.
  • El 1 de julio, el BATS 1000 Index marcó su quinto aniversario con su reconstitución anual, lo que produjo el reemplazo de 21 empresas en el Index.
  • El 8 de julio, el director general Joe Ratterman prestó testimonio en relación con asuntos de la estructura del mercado de capital de renta variable estadounidense ante el Comité del Senado de Estados Unidos sobre la Banca, Vivienda y Asuntos Urbanos.
  • El 28 de julio, el director general Joe Ratterman habló ante una comisión en la Mesa Redonda sobre la Estructura del Mercado de Renta Variable de Estados Unidos, presidida por el congresista Scott Garrett (Republicano de Nueva Jersey), presidente del Subcomité de Mercados de Capital y Empresas con Patrocinio Gubernamental del Comité de Servicios Financieros de la Cámara de Representantes.
  • En Estados Unidos, BATS está al día con la integración con Direct Edge y hará una transición de EDGA y EDGX Exchanges a la tecnología BATS el 12 de enero de 2015. La información adicional está disponible en bats.com/edgeintegration y BATS también compartirá actualizaciones a través de su cuenta de Twitter, @BATSGlobal.

Renta variable estadounidense (Bolsas de BATS: BZX, BYX, EDGA, EDGX)

   

Julio de 2014

Industria en general – Volumen promedio diario consolidado 5710 millones de acciones
Bolsas de BATS: Cuota de mercado equivalente 20,3 %
Bolsas de BATS - Volumen promedio diario equivalente 1160 millones de acciones

Opciones sobre acciones estadounidenses (BATS Options)

BATS Options – Cuota de mercado equivalente 4,1 %
BATS Options – Volumen promedio diario equivalente 651 155 contratos

Títulos europeos de renta variable (BATS Chi-X Europe)

Volumen consolidado paneuropeo1 – Valor promedio diario teórico

35 100 millones de euros
BATS Chi-X Europe – Cuota global del mercado europeo 21,5 %
BATS Chi-X Europe – Valor total teórico negociado 173 400 millones de euros
BATS Chi-X Europe – Valor promedio diario teórico 7540 millones de euros

1 Basado en la cobertura de mercado de BATS Chi-X Europe, disponible en www.batstrading.co.uk

A continuación se describen otros datos adicionales referentes a los volúmenes de BATS y las cuotas de mercado por segmentos (renta variable estadounidense, opciones sobre valores de renta variable estadounidense y renta variable europea).

Renta variable estadounidense – Estadísticas de la cuota de mercado y del volumen de las bolsas de BATS

Estadísticas de la calidad de mercado

  • En julio, la bolsa BZX Exchange ocupó el 1.er o 2.o puesto en calidad de cotización en un 75,6 % de las acciones en el índice S&P 500®, medido mediante la diversificación efectiva, según las estadísticas de calidad del mercado de BATS.
  • Juntas, las bolsas BZX Exchange, BYX Exchange y EDGX Exchange también tuvieron la diversificación efectiva más baja en 19 de los 25 principales productos negociados en bolsa.

Resumen, volumen y estadísticas de los valores de mercado de las bolsas de BATS (BZX, BYX, EDGA, EDGX)

   

Julio de 2014

   

Julio de 20132

Porcentaje de las bolsas de BATS en la cuota global del mercado de valores estadounidense 20,3 % 9,6 %
Volumen promedio diario negociado en las bolsas de BATS 1160 millones 549,3 millones
Volumen total de la industria 5710 millones 5,47 millones
Valor total teórico negociado en las bolsas de BATS 1,03 billones de dólares 451 100 millones de dólares
Valor promedio diario teórico negociado en las bolsas de BATS 46 800 millones de dólares 20 500 millones de dólares
Cuota de mercado global de BATS – Valores Lista A ("Tape A") 18,3 % 8,3 %
Cuota de mercado global de BATS – Valores Lista B ("Tape B") 25,3 % 13,3 %
Cuota de mercado global de BATS – Valores Lista C ("Tape C") 21,5 % 9,6 %

Cuota de mercado global de fondos negociados en la bolsa (ETF) de BATS3

25,7 % 13,9 %
+2,2 % +3,7 %
Rendimiento mensual y al cierre del índice BATS 1000 21 607,61 18 692,15

2Solo datos de la bolsa BATS BZX y BYX

3Basado en los datos de ArcaVision.com

Para realizar un seguimiento de la cuota de mercado de renta variable estadounidense en los intercambios comerciales y negociaciones fuera de bolsa más importantes, consulte el resumen de los volúmenes de mercado de renta variable estadounidense de BATS.

Opciones sobre valores de renta variable estadounidenses – Estadísticas de la cuota de mercado y volumen de BATS Options

  • Las cinco opciones de BATS Options con mayor volumen de negociación en el mes de julio fueron las de Standard & Poor’s Depositary Receipt ETF Trust (SPY), Apple Inc. (APPL), iShares Russell 2000 Index ETF (IWM), iPath S&P 500 VIX ST Futures ETN (VXX) y PowerShares QQQ Trust, Series 1 ETF (QQQ).

Cuota de mercado y volumen de BATS Options

   

Julio de2014

   

Julio de2013

Contratos

   

Cuota de mercado

Contratos

   

Cuota de mercado

Volumen promedio diario equivalente 651 155 4,1 % 625 218 4,3 %
 

Para realizar un seguimiento de la cuota de mercado de opciones estadounidenses en los intercambios comerciales más importantes, consulte el resumen de volúmenes de mercado de opciones estadounidense de BATS.

Renta variable europea – Estadísticas de cuota de mercado y volumen de BATS Chi-X Europe

Para realizar un seguimiento de la cuota de mercado europea en los intercambios comerciales más importantes y en otras bolsas, consulte el resumen paneuropeo de volúmenes de mercado de BATS.

Cuota de mercado de BATS Chi-X Europe por mercado2

   

Julio de 2014

   

Julio de 2013

(En millones,excepto los porcentajes)

Cuota del mercado global europeo de BATS Chi-X Europe

21,5 %

24,2 %

Valor promedio diario teórico de BATS Chi-X Europe

7537,0 €

7273,2 €
Valor promedio diario teórico mostrado 6776,5 € 6701,7 €

Valor promedio diario teórico no mostrado3

770,5 € 571,5 €
 

Mercado global de Londres

23,4 %

9,0 %

Valores de FTSE 100 25,3 % 31,4 %
Valores de FTSE 250 21,0 % 20,1 %

Mercado nórdico global

23,4 %

15,6 %

Valores de Helsinki OMXH25 25,1 % 30,7 %
Valores de Estocolmo OMXS30 25,2 % 31,4 %
Valores de Copenhague OMXC20 21,0 % 26,2 %
Valores de Oslo OBX 22,4 % 23,2 %

Mercado global de Fráncfort

24,1 %

8,8 %

Valores de DAX 30 25,8 % 28,8 %
Valores de MDAX 22,7 % 22,9 %
Valores de SDAX 9,7 % 7,9 %

Mercado global de Zúrich

19,9 %

8,8 %

Valores de SMI 21,7 % 27,2 %
Valores de SMIM 19,9 % 18,1 %

Mercado global de París

23,1 %

22,0 %

Valores de CAC 40 23,6 % 23,8 %
Valores de CAC Next20 24,7 % 17,4 %

Mercado global de Bruselas

22,7 %

22,9 %

Valores de BEL 20

22,7 %

24,2 %

Mercado global de Ámsterdam

21,3 %

21,0 %

Valores de AEX 22,0 % 21,3 %
Valores de AMX 19,6 % 17,7 %

Mercado global de Viena

18,8 %

15,5 %

Valores de ATX 19,6 % 16,2 %

Mercado global de Milán

15,4 %

13,9 %

Valores de FTSE MIB 16,2 % 14,7 %

Mercado global de Madrid

14,7 %

8,8 %

Valores de IBEX 35

15,5 % 15,6 %

Mercado global de Lisboa

8,3 %

15,5 %

Valores de PSI-20 8,8 % 10,6 %

Mercado global de Dublín

9,2 %

6,5 %

Valores de ISEQ 20 9,3 % 6,5 %

Índices clave

Valores de EUROSTOXX 50 21,9 % 24,3 %
FTSE RIOB 9,5 % 9,0 %

2 Representan cifras consolidadas de los libros públicos o confidenciales (disponibles y no disponibles para el público) de BATS Europe (BXE) y de Chi-X Europe (CXE), salvo que se indique lo contrario.

3 Libros de órdenes no mostrados de BXE y CXE.

Acerca de BATS Global Markets, Inc.

BATS Global Markets, Inc. es un operador global líder en los mercados de valores que trabaja por lograr mejores mercados para comerciantes, inversores y emisores. En EE. UU., BATS opera cuatro bolsas de valores —BZX, BYX, EDGX y EDGA— y se sitúa regularmente como el principal mercado de fondos negociados en bolsa (ETF) y de liquidez minorista. La empresa es una sede de cotización importante de ETF y otros productos estructurados, y también opera BATS Options, un mercado de opciones de títulos de EE. UU. En Europa, BATS opera la mayor bolsa de valores paneuropea, y ofrece servicios de negociación y cotización en los 15 principales mercados europeos. Con su tecnología patentada de primera clase y su permanente orientación al cliente, BATS trabaja para ofrecer eficiencia, transparencia y equidad a los participantes en el mercado. La empresa tiene su sede central en Kansas City, con oficinas en el área de Nueva York y Londres. Para obtener más información sobre BATS, visite www.bats.com y síganos en Twitter @BATSGlobal.

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