Tradeweb's broad offering across products, geographies and client sectors resulted in a number of records for
ADV in fully electronic
U.S.High Grade credit
- ADV in municipal bonds including both institutional and retail markets
- ADV in retail money markets
- ADV in emerging markets bonds
U.S.government bond ADV was down 14.0% YoY to $128.1 billion(bn), and European government bond ADV was up 4.2% YoY (up 23.8% YoY on a EUR-denominated basis) to $37.8bn.
U.S.government bond activity was lower YoY, as industry volumes declined. While U.S.government bond activity in institutional markets was modestly lower, we saw a record in average daily trades, up 61.2% YoY. Wholesale saw steady volume in streams that was more than offset by an industry pullback in CLOB volumes. Higher interest rates drove record volumes in the retail market. Strong European government bond trading was driven by heightened rates market volatility and record activity in UKGilts.
Mortgage ADV was down 14.8% YoY to
- Historically high mortgage rates and inflationary concerns continued to weigh on issuance and trading activity in the sector.
Swaps/swaptions ≥ 1-year ADV was up 3.3% YoY to
$209.6bn(up 14.3% on a constant currency basis), and total rates derivatives ADV was down 44.3% YoY to $273.6bn(down 38.3% on a constant currency basis)
- Swaps/swaptions ≥ 1-year volumes were supported by record trading in global inflation swaps, strong activity in emerging markets swaps and robust client adoption of the request-for-market (RFM) protocol. Institutional client demand in swaps/swaptions < 1-year was substantially lower amid expectations of normalizing central bank policy.
U.S.Credit ADV was up 15.2% YoY to $4.4bnand European credit ADV was down 8.6% YoY (up 8.6% YoY on a EUR-denominated basis) to $1.7bn.
U.S.and European credit volumes reflected continued client adoption across Tradeweb protocols. Global record volume in Tradeweb AllTrade’s all-to-all offering and our second-best month in portfolio trading contributed to record fully electronic U.S.High Grade activity and strong volumes across the platform. Tradeweb’s share of fully electronic U.S.High Grade and U.S.High Yield TRACE was 13.8% and 6.8%, respectively.
Municipal bonds ADV was up 147.0% YoY to
- Record municipal volumes reflected record activity in both institutional and retail client sectors. Market volatility and sharply rising interest rates continued to boost volumes overall.
Credit derivatives ADV was up 39.3% YoY to
- Market-wide volatility continued to boost volumes overall.
U.S.ETF ADV was up 55.4% YoY to $7.7bnand European ETF ADV was down 6.8% YoY (up 10.7% YoY on a EUR-denominated basis) to $2.1bn.
An increase of 43.2% YoY in global institutional client activity was driven by record
U.S.trading activity and reflects further adoption of Tradeweb’s request-for-quote (RFQ) protocol.
- An increase of 43.2% YoY in global institutional client activity was driven by record
Repurchase Agreement ADV was up 13.6% YoY to
- Continued client adoption of Tradeweb’s electronic trading solutions drove Global Repo activity, despite significant volatility in money markets and sustained elevated usage of the Federal Reserve’s reverse repo facility. Retail money markets activity reached a record high as rates continued to rise.
Please refer to the report posted to https://www.tradeweb.com/newsroom/monthly-activity-reports/ for complete information and data related to our historical monthly, quarterly and year-to-date ADV and total trading volume across asset classes.
Market and Industry Data
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