Exchange Global Share & Segment Sizing 2017
(Key Competitors, Global Market Share 2016, Global Segment Sizing 2016, Global Market Trending 2012-16, Global Segment Trending 2012-16)
In 2016, global Exchange revenue topped USD28 billion for the first time, up 6.83% on the year, as a 29.20% increase in the Market Data and Index segment was the key driver contributing to industry expansion.
Burton-Taylor delivers a comprehensive analysis of current and historical exchange share, demand segmentation and demographics, globally and regionally.
This 89 page analysis is sufficiently detailed to allow exchange trading, market data, listing or technology providers and industry analysts to clearly understand competitive positioning currently, historically, globally, regionally and within individual demand segments. The report will also enable exchange services or data users to make better informed, more confident and more appropriate trading, listing or purchase decisions, which could result in greater profitability.
This report includes quantitative analysis, detailed underlying data and important market observations.
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Other key Exchange industry updates:
Exchange Global Share & Segment Sizing 2017 – H1 – (Key Competitors, Global Market Share H117, Global Segment Sizing H117, Global Market Trending 2012-16 and H117, Global Segment Trending 2012-16 and H117)
In H117, USD Exchange revenue totaled USD 14.7 billion, up 4.08% and on pace to reach a record annual total. Mergers and aggressive acquisition strategies of exchanges are driving global revenues activity while continued strength in the Market Data and Index segment contributed to industry totals.