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SGX May derivatives volume spike over US-China trade war concerns

Michelle Zhu
Michelle Zhu6/10/2019 4:8 PM GMT+08  • 2 min read
SGX May derivatives volume spike over US-China trade war concerns
SINGAPORE (June 10): The Singapore Exchange (SGX) reported a 46% y-o-y growth in total derivatives traded volume in May 2019.
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SINGAPORE (June 10): The Singapore Exchange (SGX) reported a 46% y-o-y growth in total derivatives traded volume in May 2019.

In a press release on Monday, the bourse attributes the significant growth in volumes across derivatives products to increased demand for risk management as a result of the ongoing US-China trade war.

While most Asian equity indices saw broad-based declines for the month of May, the total securities market turnover value in Singapore was up 5% m-o-m to $23.1 million.

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