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BATS Global Markets en juillet : les parts de marché des actions américaines atteignent 20,3 % ; les parts de marché des actions européennes atteignent 21,5 %

BATS Global Markets (BATS) a annoncé aujourd’hui pour juillet une part de marché des actions américaines de 20,3 % et une part de marché des actions européennes de 21,5 %, les deux chiffres étant en hausse par rapport au mois de juin.

En juillet, BATS est devenue pour la première fois le plus grand opérateur boursier mondial, ayant exécuté des transactions totalisant 1,27 trillion USD en valeur notionnelle par rapport à 1,21 trillion USD pour l’Intercontinental Exchange, qui exploite le NYSE Group, et 1,10 milliard USD pour le Nasdaq OMX.

Autres faits saillants de juillet :

  • Aux États-Unis, BATS a déclaré 20,3% de parts de marché des actions américaines en juillet, soit une hausse de 9,6 % en glissement annuel et de 19,2 % par rapport à juin. BATS Options a déclaré 4,1 % de parts de marché contre 4,3 % en glissement annuel et 3,9 % en juin.
  • En Europe, BATS Chi-X Europe a terminé avec une part de marché totale de 21,5 % avec des hausses en glissement annuel dans les principaux indices de petite et moyenne capitalisation, y compris l’indice FTSE 250 (+ 4,4 %); le CAC Next20 (+ 42,6 %); le SDAX (+ 22,9 %); l’AMX (+ 10,9 %) et le SMIM (+ 10,1 %).
  • En juillet, 297,3 milliards EUR ont été rapportés sur le service paneuropéen de rapports d’opérations en bourse de BATS, BXTR, soit une part de marché record de 58,8 %. BXTR a également été reconnue par The Banker comme le « projet technologique de l’année ».
  • Le 1er juillet, l’indice BATS 1000 Index a célébré son cinquième anniversaire et sa reconstitution annuelle a abouti au remplacement de 21 entreprises figurant dans l’indice.
  • Le 8 juillet, le président-directeur général Joe Ratterman a témoigné sur les questions liées à la structure du marché américain du capital-investissement devant le Comité sénatorial des banques, du logement et des affaires urbaines.
  • Le 28 juillet, le président-directeur général Joe Ratterman a participé à une table ronde sur la structure du marché américain des actions organisée par le Représentant Scott Garrett (R-NJ), président du sous-comité des marchés d’investissement et des entreprises soutenues par le gouvernement, qui relève du Comité des services financiers de la Chambre.
  • Aux États-Unis, BATS poursuit dans les délais prévus l’intégration de Direct Edge et procédera au transfert des échanges EDGA et EDGX vers la technologie BATS le 12 janvier 2015. Concernant cette intégration, des renseignements complémentaires sont disponibles à l’adresse bats.com/edgeintegration. BATS fera également le point via son flux Twitter @BATSGlobal.

Résumé des volumes et parts de marché en juillet 2014

Actions américaines (BATS Exchanges - BZX, BYX, EDGA, EDGX)

   

Juillet 2014

Ensemble du secteur - Montant moyen quotidien consolidé 5,71 milliards d’actions
BATS Exchanges – Parts de marché négociées 20,3 %
BATS Exchanges - Montant moyen négocié au quotidien 1,16 milliard d’actions

Options sur actions américaines (BATS Options)

BATS Options – Parts de marché négociées 4,1 %
BATS Options - Montant moyen négocié au quotidien 651 155 contrats

Actions européennes (BATS Chi-X Europe)

Volume consolidé paneuropéen1 – Montant moyen négocié au quotidien

35,1 milliards EUR
BATS Chi-X Europe – Parts de marché européennes 21,5 %
BATS Chi-X Europe – Montant total négocié 173,4 milliards EUR
BATS Chi-X Europe – Montant moyen négocié au quotidien 7,54 milliards EUR

1 En fonction de la couverture de marché BATS Chi-X Europe, disponible sur www.batstrading.co.uk

Une ventilation complète des volumes et parts de marché pour chaque centre de marché (actions américaines, options sur actions américaines et actions européennes) est présentée ci-dessous.

Actions américaines - Statistiques de parts de marché et volumes par marché des BATS Exchanges

Statistiques portant sur la qualité du marché

  • Au cours du mois de juillet, BATS BZX Exchange s’est classé en 1re ou 2e position pour la qualité des échanges pour 75,6 % des actions de l’Indice S&P 500®, mesuré par fourchette de prix effectif, selon les statistiques de qualité de marché BATS.
  • Ensemble, BZX Exchange, BYX Exchange et EDGX Exchange avaient la plus faible fourchette de prix effectif pour 19 des 25 produits cotés les plus échangés.

BATS Exchanges (BZX, BYX, EDGA, EDGX) – Récapitulatif des parts de marché, des volumes et des statistiques

 

   

Juillet 2014

   

Juillet 20132

Pourcentage des parts de marché des BATS Exchanges sur l’ensemble des actions américaines 20,3 % 9,6 %
Montant moyen quotidien négocié sur les BATS Exchanges 1,16 milliard USD 549,3 millions
Volume total du secteur 5,71 milliards USD 5,47 millions
Montant total négocié sur les BATS Exchanges 1,03 milliard USD 451,1 milliards USD
Montant moyen négocié au quotidien sur les BATS Exchanges 46,8 milliards EUR 20,5 milliards USD
Part de marché totale - Bande A 18,3 % 8,3 %
Part de marché totale - Bande B 25,3 % 13,3 %
Part de marché totale - Bande C 21,5 % 9,6 %

Part de marché totale de BATS en termes d’échanges d’ETF3

25,7 % 13,9 %
Indice BATS 1000 de performance mensuelle et clôture +2,2 % +3,7 %
21 607,61 18 692,15

2 Données Exchange BATS BZX et BYX uniquement

3 Basé sur des données d’ArcaVision.com

Pour une ventilation des parts de marché des actions américaines sur l’ensemble des places boursières principales et des autres lieux d’échanges, veuillez consulter le Récapitulatif des volumes et parts de marché de BATS.

Options sur actions américaines - Statistiques portant sur les volumes et parts de marché des BATS Options

  • Les cinq classes d’options les plus activement négociées sur BATS Options en juillet ont été les suivantes : 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), et PowerShares QQQ Trust, Series 1 ETF (QQQ).

Volume et parts de marché des BATS Options

   

Juillet 2014

   

Juillet 2013

Contrats

   

Parts de marché

Contrats

   

Parts de marché

Volume moyen négocié par jour 651 155 4,1 % 625 218 4,3 %

Pour une ventilation des parts de marché des actions américaines sur l’ensemble des principales places boursières, veuillez consulter le Récapitulatif du volume de parts de marché des BATS Options.

Actions européennes - Statistiques portant sur les volumes et parts de marché de BATS Chi-X Europe

Pour une ventilation des parts de marché des actions européennes sur l’ensemble des places boursières principales et des autres lieux d’échanges, veuillez consulter le Récapitulatif des parts de marché paneuropéennes de BATS.

BATS Chi-X Europe : parts de marché par marché 2

   

Juillet 2014

   

Juillet 2013

 

(En millions, sauf pourcentages)

BATS Chi-X Europe : part de marché totale

21,5 %

24,2 %

BATS Chi-X Europe : montant moyen négocié au quotidien

7 537,00 EUR

7 273,20 EUR

Montant moyen négocié au quotidien affiché 6 766,50 EUR 6 701,70 EUR

Montant moyen négocié au quotidien non affiché3

770,50 EUR 571,50 EUR
 

Total de la bourse de Londres

23,4 %

9,0 %

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

Ensemble des marchés scandinaves

23,4 %

10,6 %

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

Total de la bourse de Francfort

24,1 %

8,8 %

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

Total de la bourse de Zurich

19,9 %

8,8 %

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

Total de la bourse de Paris

23,1 %

22,0 %

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

Total de la bourse de Bruxelles

22,7 %

22,9 %

Valeurs BEL 20 22,7 % 24,2 %

Total de la bourse d’Amsterdam

21,3 %

21,0 %

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

Total de la bourse de Vienne

18,8 %

21,9 %

Valeurs ATX 19,6 % 16,2 %

Total de la bourse de Milan

15,4 %

13,9 %

Valeurs FTSE MIB 16,2 % 14,7 %

Total de la bourse de Madrid

14,7 %

8,8 %

Valeurs IBEX 35 15,5 % 15,6 %

Total de la bourse de Lisbonne

8,3 %

10,6 %

Valeurs PSI-20 8,8 % 10,6 %

Total de la bourse de Dublin

9,2 %

6,5 %

Valeurs ISEQ 20 9,3 % 6,5 %

Principaux indices

Valeurs EUROSTOXX 50

21,9 % 24,3 %
FTSE RIOB 9,5 % 9,0 %

2 Représente les données consolidées d’ordres visibles et sombres de BXE et CXE, sauf mention contraire.

3 Carnets de commandes non affichés de BXE et CXE.

À propos de BATS Global Markets, Inc.

BATS Global Markets, Inc. est un opérateur boursier de premier plan et d’envergure mondiale, dont l’engagement est de rendre les marchés plus performants pour des traders, des investisseurs et des émetteurs d’actions. Aux États-Unis, BATS gère quatre places boursières, les bourses BZX, BYX, EDGX et EDGA, et se retrouve régulièrement en tête sur les marchés des fonds négociés en bourse (ETF) et des liquidités tirées des activités de détail. La société, qui constitue un important lieu d’inscription pour les ETF et autres produits structurés, gère également BATS Options, un marché d’options sur actions américaines. En Europe, BATS gère le plus important marché d’actions paneuropéen en termes de montants négociés, qui offre des titres à la négociation et des services d’admission en bourse sur 15 des principaux marchés européens. Grâce à sa technologie exclusive de classe mondiale et à sa continuelle orientation client, BATS a pour principe d’offrir efficacité, transparence et honnêteté aux participants du marché. La société a son siège à Kansas City et possède des bureaux à New York et Londres. Pour plus d’informations sur BATS, consulter www.bats.com et suivez-nous sur Twitter @BATSGlobal.

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