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Bats Global Markets reports strong March market share


Bats Global Markets (Bats) remained the No1 US market operatior for exchange traded fund trsading in March executing 25.8 per cent of the month’s ETF volume.

Bats also maintained its position as the second-largest US Equities market operator with 21.0 per cent market share. In US Options meanwhile, Bats reported 10.3 per cent market share for the month and remained the largest stock exchange in Europe with 21.8 per cent market share and the largest trade reporting facility with EUR388.6 billion reported to BXTR.

Hotspot, Bats’ institutional spot foreign exchange market, posted average daily volume of USD25.5 billion in March.

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