Bats Reports New Record In U.S. Options Trading In October

Bats Global Markets, Inc. (Bats: BATS) today reported October data and highlights, including a new record month for U.S. options trading at 11.8% and strong single-leg equity options market share at 18.2%.

During the month, Bats also announced the successful migration of BZX Options to Bats' next generation matching engine. Both Bats' options markets now operate on the latest proprietary technology.

Further highlights for October include:
  • Remaining the #1 U.S. market operator for ETF trading, executing 23.7% of all volume during the month. In addition, Bats has won 25% of all new U.S. ETF listings year-to-date vs only 9% for full-year 2015;
  • Maintaining its position as the second-largest U.S. Equities market operator with 20.3% market share;
  • Retaining its position as the largest European stock exchange with 23.5% market share and the largest trade reporting facility with €355.7 billion reported to BXTR for the month;
  • Recording more than $103.3 billion of notional value per day touched by the Bats markets in October, including trades reported to BXTR.

October 2016 Volume and Market Share Overview
         
U.S. Equities (Bats Exchanges - BZX, BYX, EDGA, EDGX)       October 2016
Bats Exchanges - Overall market share       20.3%
Bats Exchanges - Average daily matched volume (shares)       1.29 billion
Overall Industry - Average daily consolidated volume (shares)       6.37 billion
U.S. Equity Options (Bats Options - BZX Options + EDGX Options)        
Bats Options - Overall market share       11.8%
Bats Options - Average daily matched volume (contracts)       1,706,207
Overall Industry - Average daily consolidated volume (contracts)       14,410,504
Foreign Exchange (Bats Hotspot)        
Total volume traded       $531.2 billion
Average daily volume (ADV)       $25.3 billion

European Equities (Bats Europe Equities)
       
Bats Europe - Overall European market share       23.5%

Bats Europe - Average daily notional value
      €10.1 billion

Pan-European Consolidated Volume 1 - Average daily notional value
      €42.8 billion
European Trade Reporting (BXTR)        
BXTR - Total notional value reported       €355.7 billion
BXTR - Average daily notional value reported       €16.9 billion

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