OCC Cleared Contract Volume Rises Four Percent in May
OCC.com – CHICAGO – OCC, the world’s largest equity derivatives clearing organization, announced that cleared contract volume in May reached 319,533,636 contracts, a four percent increase from the May 2015 volume of 308,639,215 contracts. OCC’s year-to-date average daily cleared contract volume is also up four percent from 2015 with 16,734,689 contracts.
Options: Exchange-listed options volume reached 311,177,955 contracts in May, a two percent increase from May 2015. Year-to-date average daily options volume is up three percent, with 16,375,526 contracts.
Equity options volume in May was 278,683,441 contracts, a one percent increase from May 2015. This includes cleared ETF options volume of 120,977,610 contracts last month, a 15 percent increase over May 2015 volume of 105,173,938 contracts.Index options volume in May was up 13 percent from May 2015 with 32,494,514 contracts.
Futures: OCC cleared futures volume in May reached 8,355,681 contracts, an 86 percent increase from the May 2015 volume of 4,505,481 contracts. OCC’s year-to-date average daily cleared futures volume is up 66 percent from 2015 with 359,163 contracts.
Securities Lending: OCC’s securities lending CCP activity in May was up 52 percent in new loans from May 2015 with 167,054 transactions last month. Year-to-date stock loan activity is up 46 percent from 2015 with 787,220 new loan transactions in 2016. The average daily loan value cleared by OCC in May was $141,315,203,588.
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