The FTSE Mondo Visione Index posted its fifth consecutive month of gains and set a new closing all-time high of 78,508.08 on 6 August 2021 but ended the month up by just 0.1%.
HKEX regained the top spot from CME Group as the largest exchange group by market capitalisation, benefitting from China's strengthening supervision of Chinese firms listed offshore and the tightening of rules for cross-border data flows.
FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index Up 0.4 % In June, Up 6.3 % In Q2 2021, Up 21.9% Over 12 Months - CME Group Regains Top Stop As Largest Exchange
Global exchanges are step by step, fitting all the pieces together across asset classes, geographies, trading, data, information, access and analytics, with the big beasts mining a rich seam of transaction and subscription-based revenue.
Against Backdrop Of Global Inflation Concerns, FTSE Mondo Visione Index Up 2.5% In May - Up 24.% Over 12 Months
Despite concerns about global inflation, the FTSE Mondo Visione Index put in a strong performance gaining 2.5% in May, with the index closing the month at 76,327.72 points, up from the April close of 74,469.49.
Global Exchanges Recover From March Losses, FTSE Mondo Visione Index Up 3.3.% In April - Up 29.4% Over 12 Months
Global exchanges rebounded from the losses suffered in February and March with the FTSE Mondo Visione Index gaining 3.3% in April. The index closed at 74,469.49 points, up from the March close of 72,106.76, but below a new closing all-time high of 78,106.07 set on 19 February 2021.
FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index Down 2.7 % In March, London Stock Exchange Group Down By 28.8% On Refinitiv Integration Fears, Index Down 0.5 % In Q1 2021, Up 35.3% Over 12 Months
The implosion of Archegos caused wide-spread chaos on markets amidst concerns on the potential contagion effect that the sell-off could have on global equity markets where sentiments have recently been dampened by surging bond yields.
Bond Sell-Off Trims FTSE Mondo Visione Index Advance To 1.4.% In February - Index Up By 23.1% Over 12 Months
Markets experienced a wild ride in the last week of February with global stock markets ending February deep in the red, trimming the FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index's advance this month to 1.4%. The index closed at 74,105.97 points, up from the January close of 73,114.7, but below a new closing all-time high of 78,106.07 set on 19 February 2021.
GameStop Frenzy Halts FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index Surge - Index Up 0.8.% In January, After Blistering Start To Year
Shares in the world's largest exchange operating groups rose by 0.8% in January, with only 12 of the 32 constituents of the FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index being in positive territory. The Index closed at 73,114.7 points, up from the December close of 72,499.8. The index set a new closing all-time high of 76,043.31 on 25 January 2021, before the exchanges sector was hit by the contagion effect from the volatility triggered by retail investors driving up stocks such as GameStop and AM
FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index Up 7.2 % In December, Up 8.9% In Q4 2020, Up 17.1% In 2020, Closing All-Time High Set On Last Trading Day Of Year
In a tumultuous year dominated by the coronavirus pandemic, financial markets have seen a return to the kind of volatility last seen a decade earlier in the financial crisis. No matter how well they are managed, exchanges are still sensitive with respect to the direction of the market. One way to view them is as a call on the next bull market – they remain profitable in a bear market and could become interesting money machines in the next upturn.
FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index Up 8.9 % In November, Hellenic Exchanges Top Performer, HKEX Largest Exchange By Market Capitalisation
Shares in the world's largest exchange operating groups rose by 8.9% in November, with all but 5 of the 32 constituents of the FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index being in positive territory. The Index closed at 67,638.94 points, up from the October close of 62,119,09.