-2nd-Busiest Week Ever in US Cash Equities-
-Liffe Recorded Its Busiest Week Ever In Futures and Options-
Aug. 17, 2007 – NYSE Euronext (NYSE Euronext: NYX), the world's largest and most liquid exchange group, today reported record transaction volumes in its European cash equities trading operations during the week ended Aug. 17, 2007. During the week, new daily records were set for its European (Aug. 17) and US (Aug. 16) cash equities trading.
In its European cash equitiestrading operations, NYSE Euronext registered its busiest day ever on Aug. 17, when more than 2.4 million transactions took place, as compared to its previous Aug. 9 record of 2.3 million transactions.
NYSE Euronext’s U.S. cash equities trading operations, the New York Stock Exchange and NYSE Arca, reported a combined volume of over 20.3 billion shares traded during the week-ended Aug. 17, the second-highest ever for NYSE Group. On Aug. 16, NYSE Group reported its highest-ever transaction volume in its
Liffe, NYSE Euronext’s leading futures and options business, recorded its busiest week ever with more than 30 million futures and options contracts traded in the week ending Aug. 17. Liffe’s previous weekly record was 28.5 in the week ending
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