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BATS Global Markets, datos destacados de mayo: La cuota del mercado de acciones estadounidenses asciende al 20,1 %; se anuncian 411 200 millones de euros a BXTR

BATS Global Markets (BATS) anunció hoy los volúmenes de mayo, la cuota de mercado y los datos más destacados del mes:

  • En Estados Unidos, BATS anunció un 20,1 % de cuota del mercado de acciones estadounidense en mayo, un 10,4 % más que hace un año. BATS Options anunció un 3,8 % de cuota de mercado, en línea con los resultados de hace un año.
  • En Europa, BATS Chi-X Europe anunció una cuota de mercado global del 20,6 %. A lo largo del mes, se anunciaron 411 200 millones de euros al servicio de presentación de informes de BATS, BXTR, estableciendo un nuevo récord, además de un nuevo récord diario de 26 800 millones de euros el 13 de mayo.
  • El 1 de mayo, BATS Chi-X Europe operó con éxito desde su sitio de recuperación de desastres por primera vez como parte del proceso de Planificación de la Continuidad del Negocio (Business Continuity Planning, BCP) de la empresa.
  • El 19 de mayo, BATS anunció que estaba disponible información sobre la totalidad del espectro de órdenes de sus bolsas EDGA y EDGX en el servicio Bloomberg Professional®.
  • El 29 de mayo, BATS desveló nuevos precios y un programa creador de mercado líder (LMM) para su negocio de cotizaciones estadounidense. Con los nuevos precios, los productos que cotizan en bolsa que supongan más de 400 000 acciones al día podrán salir a la bolsa de forma gratuita en la bolsa de BATS.
  • En Estados Unidos, BATS continuó progresando en la integración de Direct Edge y, el 5 de mayo, publicó la disponibilidad de la conectividad de los miembros con los entornos de certificación de EDGA y EDGX en el centro de datos de NY5 de Equinix a partir del 2 de junio de 2013. El formulario de solicitud de conexión y la información adicional están disponibles en bats.com/edgeintegration y BATS también compartirá actualizaciones a través de su cuenta de Twitter, @BATSGlobal.

Otros datos destacados son:

  • El Director de Comunicaciones Global de BATS Global Markets, Chris Isaacson, y el Consejero General Eric Swanson hablaron el 14 de mayo en la conferencia de estructura de mercado de la SIFMA acerca de la regulación y la resistencia del mercado.
  • El Director de Operaciones de BATS Chi-X Europe, David Howson, habló el 15 de mayo en una reunión informativa sobre el comercio nórdico de la FIX Trading Community sobre el futuro de la región nórdica.

Resumen de la cuota de mercado y del volumen de mayo de 2014

Renta variable estadounidense (Bolsas de BATS: BZX, BYX, EDGA, EDGX)               Mayo de 2014
Industria en general – Volumen promedio diario consolidado               5760 millones de acciones
Bolsas de BATS: Cuota de mercado equivalente               20,1 %
Bolsas de BATS - Volumen promedio diario equivalente               1160 millones de acciones
Opciones sobre acciones estadounidenses (BATS Options)                
BATS Options – Cuota de mercado equivalente               3,8 %
BATS Options – Volumen promedio diario equivalente               554 009 contratos
Títulos europeos de renta variable (BATS Chi-X Europe)                
Volumen consolidado paneuropeo1 – Valor promedio diario teórico               35 700 millones de euros
BATS Chi-X Europe – Cuota global del mercado europeo               20,6 %
BATS Chi-X Europe – Valor total teórico negociado               162 300 millones de euros
BATS Chi-X Europe – Valor promedio diario teórico               7380 millones de euros

1Basado 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 mayo, la bolsa BZX Exchange ocupó el 1er o 2do puesto en calidad de cotización en un 71 % 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 17 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)
              Mayo de 2014       Mayo de 20132
Porcentaje de las bolsas de BATS en la cuota global del mercado de valores estadounidense             20,1 %       10,4 %
Volumen promedio diario negociado en las bolsas de BATS             1 115 788 932       660 210 191
Volumen total de la industria             5 761 881 935       6 367 299 555
Valor total teórico negociado en las bolsas de BATS             953 600 millones de dólares       549 300 millones de dólares
Valor promedio diario teórico negociado en las bolsas de BATS             45 400 millones de dólares       25 100 millones de dólares
Cuota de mercado global de BATS – Valores Lista A ("Tape A")             18,0 %       9,0 %
Cuota de mercado global de BATS – Valores Lista B ("Tape B")             24,8 %       14,2 %
Cuota de mercado global de BATS – Valores Lista C ("Tape C")             21,2 %       10,8%
Cuota de mercado global de fondos negociados en la bolsa (ETF) de BATS 3             25,3 %       14,7 %
Rendimiento mensual y al cierre del índice BATS 1000             +1,9 %

21 662,96

      +1,4 %

18 305,50

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 mayo fueron las de: Standard & Poor’s Depositary Receipt ETF Trust (SPY), iShares Russell 2000 Index ETF (IWM), PowerShares QQQ Trust, Series 1 ETF (QQQ), Apple Inc. (APPL) y Facebook Inc. (FB).
Cuota de mercado y volumen de BATS Options
              Mayo de 2014       Mayo de 2013
              Contratos     Cuota de mercado       Contratos     Cuota de mercado
Volumen promedio diario equivalente             554 009     3,8 %       658 045     3,8 %
                         

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 mercado 2
            Mayo de 2014       Mayo de 2013
            (En millones, excepto los porcentajes)
Cuota del mercado global europeo de BATS Chi-X Europe           20,6 %       22,4 %
Valor promedio diario teórico de BATS Chi-X Europe           7377,4 euros       7168,2 euros
Valor promedio diario teórico mostrado           6636,0 euros       6585,7 euros
Valor promedio diario teórico no mostrado3           741,4 euros       582,5 euros
                     
Mercado global de Londres           23,9%       26,5 %
Valores de FTSE 100           26,4%       29,7 %
Valores de FTSE 250           20,7 %       19,9 %
Mercado nórdico global           22,5 %       25,5 %
Valores de Helsinki OMXH25           25,7 %       26,7 %
Valores de Estocolmo OMXS30           23,5 %       29,5 %
Valores de Copenhague OMXC20           20,4 %       22,1 %
Valores de Oslo OBX           22,7 %       19,8 %
Mercado global de Fráncfort           21,4 %       25,5 %
Valores de DAX 30           23,5 %       27,8 %
Valores de MDAX           18,8 %       20,1 %
Valores de SDAX           8,5 %       7,8 %
Mercado global de Zúrich           21,4 %       21,2%
Valores de SMI           23,4%       23,1 %
Valores de SMIM           20,1 %       15,4 %
Mercado global de París           22,1 %       22,0%
Valores de CAC 40           22,8 %       23,6%
Valores de CAC Next20           22,7 %       15,8%
Mercado global de Bruselas           21,6%       19,0 %
Valores de BEL 20           22,1 %       21,1%
Mercado global de Ámsterdam           20,5 %       21,3 %
Valores de AEX           21,3 %       22,2 %
Valores de AMX           19,0 %       16,0%
Mercado global de Viena           18,3%       13,6%
Valores de ATX           19,4 %       14,0 %
Mercado global de Milán           12,9 %       11,9%
Valores de FTSE MIB           13,6%       12,6 %
Mercado global de Madrid           13,4 %       13,7 %
Valores de IBEX 35           14,0 %       14,0 %
Mercado global de Lisboa           7,7 %       10,2 %
Valores de PSI-20           7,9 %       10,3 %
Mercado global de Dublín           9,1 %       4,1 %
Valores de ISEQ 20           9,2 %       4,1 %
Índices clave                    
Valores de EUROSTOXX 50           20,0 %       22,5 %
FTSE RIOB           6,1 %       8,1 %

2Representan 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.

3Libros 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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