Bats Continues ETF Growth, Adding 13 Listings in May, Remaining #1 in ETF Market Share
Bats Global Markets – KANSAS CITY, NEW YORK and LONDON – June 10, 2016 – Bats Global Markets, Inc. (Bats: BATS), a leading global operator of exchanges and services for financial markets, today reported May data and highlights, including material expansions to its U.S. listing business.
During the month, Bats welcomed 13 exchange-traded fund (ETF) listings to the Bats ETF Marketplace, and announced Deutsche Asset Management as the third ETF issuer to switch primary listings to the Bats ETF Marketplace. As of June 10, the Bats market now has 11 US issuers with 95 ETFs listed.
Additionally, the exchange reported 11.4% U.S. Options market share, up from 9.7% a year ago, marking the second-best month in company history. In addition, on May 20, it was announced Bats would be included in the Wilshire 5000 Total Market Index. Additional Bats highlights for May include:
Remaining the #1 U.S. market operator for ETF trading, executing 24.5% of all May volume, and maintaining its position as the second-largest U.S. Equities market operator with 20.5% market share.
Retaining its position as the largest European stock exchange with 23.4% market share and the largest trade reporting facility with €371.8 billion reported to BXTR for the month.
Recording average daily volume of $23.4 billion for Hotspot, the company’s institutional spot foreign exchange market.
Recording more than $102 billion of notional value per day touched by the Bats markets in May, including trades reported to BXTR.
The changes were made to better reflect the evolving nature and spirit of the company.
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