- POSTED: 06 Jan 2014 12:27
This graph is an experimental feature that tracks number of views over time.
In a statement, the Singapore Exchange said the total volume of derivatives traded increased 40 per cent to 112 million contracts in 2013.
SINGAPORE: Derivatives trading on (SGX) reached new highs in 2013 while securities trading declined.
In a statement, SGX said the total volume of derivatives traded increased 40 per cent to 112 million contracts in 2013.
Meanwhile, SGX said its stock market capitalisation declined 0.6 per cent to S$940 billion. On a total return basis, including dividends, the Straits Times Index was up 3.26 per cent.
Total equity fund-raising grew 40 per cent to S$6.3 billion. There were 27 initial public offerings in 2013 compared to 26 in 2012.
In December, SGX said securities turnover dipped 16 per cent on-year to S$20 billion, while derivatives total volume grew 12 per cent to 8.9 million contracts.