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Deutsche Börse books YOY decline in September order book turnover

Deutsche BörseAG said the order book turnover on Xetra, Börse Frankfurt andTradegate Exchange across all asset classes amounted to €109.1 billion inSeptember, down from €142.3 billion in the same month in 2015.

Of the total, Xetra contributed €100.8 billion, down from€133.9 billion in September 2015. Börse Frankfurt reported turnover of €3.3billion, virtually flat from the same month a year ago, and order book turnoveron Tradegate Exchange totaled about €5.0 billion compared to €5.1 billion ayear ago.

Broken down by asset classes, cash market turnover inequities reached about €95.4 billion, while turnover in bonds, structuredproducts and funds were about €600 million, €1.1 billion and €100 million,respectively. Turnover in exchange-traded funds, commodities and notes stood at€11.9 billion in September.

A total of 20.0 million trades were executed on Xetra inSeptember, compared to 24.0 million trades a year ago.