Nasdaq Nordic today published annual trade statistics for the Nordic and Baltic markets, summarised below.
Share trading increased by 20.5 percent to a daily average of EUR 3.124 billion, compared to EUR 2.593 billion in 2014.
The average number of trades per business day increased by 22.5 percent to 430,917 as compared to 351,776 in 2014.
Derivatives trading increased by 7.9 percent to a daily average of 475,803 contracts, compared with 441,045 contracts in 2014.
ETF trading (Exchange-Traded Funds) decreased by 0.8 percent to a daily average of EUR 51.0 million compared to EUR 51.4million in 2014.
91 companies listed at Nasdaq Nordic and Baltics markets during 2015 (28 at Nasdaq Nordic main market and 63 at First North) compared to 72 in 2014.
Novo Nordisk A/S was the most traded stock during 2015, followed by Nokia Oyj.
Deutsche Bank was the most active member during 2015, followed by Morgan Stanley.
Nasdaq Nordic’s share of order-book trading in its listed stocks decreased to 68.3 percent, compared to 69.6 percent in 2015.