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Client assets grow, but trading activity mixed at discount brokers in June

Trading activity trends were decidedly mixed in June at online brokers.

Of the four online brokers included in an S&P Global Market Intelligence analysis, two reported higher daily average revenue trades on a sequential basis. E*TRADE Financial Corp.'s DARTs rose to 215,415 in June, up 1.7% from 211,516 in June, while Interactive Brokers Group Inc. reported a sequential increase of 1.2% in its DARTs to 683,000.

TradeStation Group Inc. saw DARTs dip slightly in the month; trading activity at TD Ameritrade Holding Corp. held steady.

Each of the online brokers reported sequential increases of between 0.7% and 1.7% in their monthly client assets.

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