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Euronext revenues fell by 14% during Q3

Euronext revenues fell by 14% during Q3

Additionally, post-trade revenue (excluding NTI) registered growth of 3.7% YoY to €86.2 million. Clearing revenue reached €29.1 million, 5.8% lower on yearly basis as a result of a growing bonds and derivatives clearing activity and net treasury income of Euronext Clearing stood at -€38.3 million.

Euronext reported adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) of €199.9 million with a 4.4% fall compared to Q3 2021, which reflected continued cost discipline in an inflationary environment. The adjusted EBITDA margin fell -2.6pts to 57.1%

Stéphane Boujnah, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Managing Board of Euronext, said:

This third quarter of 2022 demonstrated the robustness of Euronext’s diversified business model in a more challenging trading environment. We saw strong growth in non-volume-related activities as well as a good performance in derivatives, FX, power trading and other activities. Euronext, which provides market participants with the most market depth and quality, has reaffirmed its position as Europe’s main trading venue. The result was robust…

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