ICICI Securities: Indian Exchanges Monthly Tracker – Turnovers Continue To Build Robust Momentum
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ICICI Securities Report
In July 2020, cash volume continued momentum (National Stock Exchange and Bombay Stock Exchange’s average daily trading value grew 89% and 66% YoY), NSE derivatives ADTV grew 54% YoY and Multi Commodity Exchange of India commodity ADTV ex-crude was up 72% YoY.
Overall MCX ADTV also grew 18% YoY in July 2020 and most segments showed volume as well as value growth month-on-month.
In July 2020, NSE’s ADTV came in at Rs 586 billion, up 89.2% YoY, clocking seventh consecutive month of healthy growth. Number of trades grew 54% YoY in July 2020 (positive for Central Depository Services India Ltd.).
BSE’s July 2020 cash ADTV was Rs 34.8 billion, up 66% YoY. BSE’s exclusive segment came in at Rs 651 million, up 102% YoY.
On month-on-month basis, NSE cash ADTV declined by modest 5% in July compared to 30% in case of BSE. Number of trades were down 8% month-on-month in July 2020 for both NSE as well as BSE.
NSE’s market share stood at 94.4% in July 2020. FY21-TD, NSE’s market share in equity cash segment stands at 94% versus 93% in FY20 and 91% in FY19.
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