Record Trading in Euro-Bund Futures: 2.9 mio. contracts traded on a single day

Record Trading in Euro-Bund Futures (FGBL)

  • Current record (June 7, 2005): 2.87 million contracts
  • Previous record (March 7, 2005): 2.52 million contracts
  • Since the launch of Phase 1 of the Global Clearing Link in November last year, average monthly turnover in the Euro-Bund Future increased 31.7 percent (average monthly trading volume Jan-May 2004: 19.59 million compared to 25.8 million contracts for the period Jan-May 2005).

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