The average daily volume in forex instruments was $5.2 trillion. The figure was the same as last year’s and fell 5.5% on monthly basis.
The brokerage reported that Equities demand also declined. Volume for January was $219.7 Billion, which is 14% less than December. The asset class fell 24.7% on a yearly basis.
Fixed income instruments brought in $7.7 millions, down 2.5% over the previous month. At $32.8million, the monthly demand for commodities increased 6.5%.
Saxo Bank said last month, one month after it ended the merger deal with blank check company Disruptive Capital Acquisition Company Limited. The Group also stated that it is considering listing in Copenhagen.
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