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TMX Group Consolidated Trading Statistics - November 2012

Toronto Stock Exchange, TSX Venture Exchange, TMX Select, Alpha, Montreal Exchange, NGX

TORONTO, Dec. 4, 2012 /CNW/ - TMX Group Limited today announced November 2012 trading statistics for its diversified group of exchanges - Toronto Stock Exchange, TSX Venture Exchange, Montreal Exchange (MX), Natural Gas Exchange (NGX), TMX Select and Alpha.

Trading volume on Toronto Stock Exchange in November 2012 increased 5% from October 2012, though it was down 18% compared to the same month a year earlier. Volume on TSX Venture Exchange was down 10% in November 2012 compared to October 2012 and was down 9% compared to November 2011.

In November 2012, volume on TMX Select was up 3% from October 2012, but was down 28% compared to the same month a year earlier. Volume on Alpha increased 4% in November 2012 compared to the previous month, though it was down 31% compared to November 2011.

MX experienced a 5% decrease in volume in November 2012 compared to October 2012, and was down 8% compared to November 2011. Open interest at the end of November 2012 increased 3% from the end of October 2012, though was down 2% compared to the end of November 2011.

NGX experienced a decrease in volume of 14% in November 2012 compared to October 2012, and was down 21% compared to November 2011.

Toronto Stock Exchange

  November 2012 October 2012 November 2011
Volume 6,529,387,892 6,202,202,231 7,948,923,606
Value $89,433,985,918 $89,763,396,957 $112,720,546,253
Transactions 13,187,902 12,505,835 17,845,547
S&P/TSX Composite Index Close 12,239.36 12,422.91 12,204.11
Daily Averages      
Volume 296.8 million 281.9 million 361.3 million
Value $4,065.2 million $4,080.2 million $5,123.7 million
Transactions 599,450 568,447 811,161

Year-to-date Statistics

  2012 2011 % Change
Volume 76,125,275,850 95,861,348,016 -20.6
Value $1,098,592,241,083 $1,372,482,543,777 -20.0
Transactions 165,053,742 193,270,114 -14.6
Daily Averages      
Volume 328.1 million 416.8 million -21.3
Value $4,735.3 million $5,967.3 million -20.6
Transactions 711,439 840,305 -15.3

TSX Venture Exchange

  November 2012 October 2012 November 2011
Volume 3,442,464,588 3,844,028,898 3,774,288,682
Value $1,680,422,973 $1,942,057,614 $1,868,302,250
Transactions 623,819 689,088 727,346
S&P/TSX Venture Composite Index Close 1,220.90 1,314.48 1,548.45
Daily Averages      
Volume 156.5 million 174.7 million            171.6 million
Value                $76.4 million                $88.3 million            $84.9 million
Transactions 28,355 31,322 33,061

Year-to-date Statistics

  2012 2011 % Change
Volume 40,450,270,504 60,735,016,473 -33.4
Value        $22,356,765,546 $40,906,356,275 -45.3
Transactions 8,183,167 12,566,531 -34.9
Daily Averages      
Volume 174.4 million 264.1 million -34.0
Value $96.4 million $177.9 million                        -45.8
Transactions 35,272 54,637                        -35.4

TMX Select*

  November 2012 October 2012 November 2011
Volume 148,371,700 143,619,200 206,929,800
Value $1,648,764,878 $1,620,742,669 $2,271,302,252
Transactions 392,535 416,650 466,882
Daily Averages      
Volume 6.7 million 6.5 million 9.4 million
Value $74.9 million $73.7 million $103.2 million
Transactions 17,843 18,939 21,222

Year-to-date Statistics

  2012 2011 % Change 
Volume 2,180,078,600 987,045,100 N/A
Value $25,394,170,541 $9,105,632,961 N/A
Transactions 5,810,750 2,102,175 N/A
Daily Averages      
Volume 9.4 million 9.9 million N/A
Value $109.5 million $91.1 million N/A
Transactions 25,046 21,022 N/A


  November 2012 October 2012 November 2011
Volume 2,565,358,590 2,469,513,666 3,720,111,160
Value $25,236,081,883 $25,864,456,339 $32,253,046,161
Transactions 5,699,140 5,081,502 6,686,368
Daily Averages      
Volume 116.6 million 112.3 million 169.1 million
Value $1,147.1 million $1,175.7 million $1,466.0 million
Transactions 259,052 230,977 303,926

Year-to-date Statistics

  2012 2011 % Change 
Volume 29,970,034,748 47,577,337,261 -37.0
Value $315,498,834,409 $389,705,818,564 -19.0
Transactions 59,594,691 66,943,472 -11.0
Daily Averages      
Volume 129.2 million 206.9 million -37.6
Value $1,359.9 million $1,694.4 million -19.7
Transactions 256,874 291,059 -11.7

Montreal Exchange

  November 2012 October 2012 November 2011
Volume (Contracts) 4,907,959 5,157,629 5,361,598
Open Interest (Contracts) 4,738,619 4,613,583 4,819,196

Year-to-date Statistics

  2012 2011 % Change
Volume (Contracts) 59,587,064 57,490,598 +3.6
Open Interest (Contracts) 4,738,619 4,819,196 -1.7


  November 2012 October 2012 November 2011
Total Energy Volume (Terajoules) 1,159,624 1,342,477 1,471,796

Year-to-date Statistics

  2012 2011 % Change
Total Energy Volume (Terajoules) 13,367,910 14,114,460 - 5.3

* Commenced July 11, 2011
**NGX Total Energy Volume includes trading and clearing in natural gas, crude oil and electricity.
All figures are as of November 30, 2012.  Because trades have a three-day settlement, figures may be subject to change until all November trades are finalized. The previous month's data has been updated to reflect known trade corrections.
TMX Group guarantees neither the completeness nor the accuracy of this information. The information contained in this media release is provided for informational purposes only and you agree not to rely upon the information contained in this media release for any trading, business, or financial purposes.  By using this media release, you expressly agree to the condition that TMX Group assumes no liability or responsibility for any errors or inaccuracies in this media release.
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About TMX Group (TSX:X)  

TMX Group's key subsidiaries operate cash and derivative markets and clearinghouses for multiple asset classes including equities, fixed income and energy. Toronto Stock Exchange, TSX Venture Exchange, TMX Select, Alpha Group, The Canadian Depository for Securities, Montreal Exchange, Canadian Derivatives Clearing Corporation, Natural Gas Exchange, Boston Options Exchange, Shorcan, Shorcan Energy Brokers, Equicom and other TMX Group companies provide listing markets, trading markets, clearing facilities, depository services, data products and other services to the global financial community.  TMX Group is headquartered in Toronto and operates offices across Canada (Montreal, Calgary and Vancouver), in key U.S. markets (New York, Houston, Boston and Chicago) as well as in London, Beijing and Sydney.  For more information about TMX Group, visit our website at  Follow TMX Group on Twitter at


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