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In November 2020, the value of orders in financial instruments received by financial intermediaries and registered at the CMVM amounted to €11,578.7 million, a 10.4% increase apropos October. Since the beginning of the year, this benchmark increased by 50.5% over the same period of last year.
The monthly value rose for financial instruments in shares, by 83% up to €1,985.1 million and by 5.0% up to €7,315.1 million for public debt, whereas for private debt, it dropped by 9% down to €1,890.6 million.
Banco BPI had the largest market share transactions (21.7%), followed by Banco BCP (17.2%) and BIG (9.4%). In public and private debt, the largest stake came from BNP Paribas (70.0%), followed by Novo Banco (18.1%) and Banco LJ Carregosa (7.1%).
The value of orders on derivative financial instruments decreased by 18.0% over the previous month down to €10,403.7 million, and the number of traded contracts increased by 16.4%.
CFDs were the most traded financial instrument in the derivatives market (99.6% of the total amount), with transactions decreasing by 10.4% apropos October. Futures transactions were down by 1.7%.
During the same period, the value of orders of residents registered a monthly upturn of 3.2% and non-residents rose by 15.4%.
Regarding market execution, 31.1% of orders were executed in international regulated markets, 14.6% in national markets, 52.5% out of the market and 1.8% were internalised.
The USA, France and Spain and were the top three destinations for orders placed on shares outside Portugal, while Portugal, the United Kingdom, France and The Netherlands were the main destinations for orders on debt securities.
This news item was originally published by the Portuguese Securities Market Commission (CMVM PT). For more information, see the Source Link.