|By Business Wire||
|August 1, 2014 01:30 PM EDT||
Interactive Brokers Group, Inc. (NASDAQ GS:IBKR) an automated global electronic broker and market maker, today reported its Electronic Brokerage monthly performance metrics for July.
Highlights for the month included:
- 528 thousand Daily Average Revenue Trades (DARTs), 14% higher than prior year and 7% higher than prior month.
- Ending customer equity of $53.7 billion, 37% higher than prior year and flat to prior month.
- Ending customer margin loan balances of $15.9 billion, 38% higher than prior year and 3% higher than prior month.
- Ending customer credit balances of $28.5 billion, 21% higher than prior year and 1% higher than prior month.
- 266 thousand customer accounts, 17% higher than prior year and 1% higher than prior month.
- 459 annualized average cleared DARTs per customer account.
- Average commission per cleared customer order of $4.14 including exchange, clearing and regulatory fees. Key products:
|July 2014||Average Commission per||Average|
|Cleared Customer Order||Order Size|
|Equity Options||$6.63||10.0 contracts|
|Futures include options on futures. We estimate exchange, clearing and regulatory fees to be 57% of the futures commissions.|
In the interest of transparency, and to quantify our clients’ all-in cost of trade execution, from now on we will be publishing the below statistics as part of our monthly metrics.
- In July, customers’ total cost of executing and clearing U.S. Reg.-NMS stocks through IB was 1.3 basis points of trade money1, as measured against a daily VWAP benchmark ( 0.8 basis points YTD ).
For the full multimedia release with graph see link.
|Interactive Brokers Customers' Reg.-NMS Stock Trading Expense Detail|
|All amounts are in millions, except %|
|#1a - Number of orders|
|#1b - Number of shares purchased or sold|
|#2 - Trade money including price, commissions and fees|
|2a Buy money||$51,371||$40,136||$39,492||$44,680||$36,818||$36,765||$38,783||$288,045|
|2b Sell money||$50,735||$39,450||$39,106||$44,685||$36,537||$35,054||$37,984||$283,551|
|#3 - Trade value at Daily VWAP|
|3a Buy value||$51,371||$40,134||$39,489||$44,661||$36,815||$36,763||$38,752||$287,985|
|3b Sell value||$50,743||$39,459||$39,105||$44,664||$36,543||$35,060||$37,964||$283,538|
|#4 - Total trade expense, including commissions and fees, relative to Daily VWAP|
|4a Buys (2a-3a)||$0.3||$2.7||$3.4||$18.9||$2.9||$2.4||$30.8||$61.4|
|4b Sells (3b-2b)||$8.0||$9.1||($0.3)||($20.9)||$5.5||$6.5||($20.8)||($12.9)|
|4c Total trade expense||$8.3||$11.8||$3.1||($2.0)||$8.4||$8.9||$10.0||$48.5|
|Trade expense as percentage of trade money|
|#5 - Trade expense categories|
|5a Total commissions & fees||$10.0||$8.6||$9.9||$9.3||$8.0||$8.1||$8.6||$62.5|
|5b Execution cost (4c-5a)||($1.7)||$3.2||($6.8)||($11.3)||$0.4||$0.8||$1.4||($14.0)|
|#6 - Trade expense categories as percentage of trade money|
|Total commissions & fees (5a/2c)||0.010%||0.011%||0.013%||0.010%||0.010%||0.011%||0.011%||0.011%|
|Execution cost (5b/2c)||-0.002%||0.004%||-0.009%||-0.012%||0.001%||0.001%||0.002%||-0.003%|
|Net Expense to IB Customers||0.008%||0.015%||0.004%||-0.002%||0.011%||0.012%||0.013%||0.008%|
The above illustrates that the YTD average all-in cost of a customer U.S. Reg.-NMS stock trade was 0.8 basis points.
More information, including historical results for each of the above metrics, can be found on the investor relations page of the Company’s corporate web site, www.interactivebrokers.com/ir.
About Interactive Brokers Group, Inc.:
Interactive Brokers Group, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, is an automated global electronic broker that specializes in catering to financial professionals by offering state-of-the-art trading technology, superior execution capabilities, worldwide electronic access, and sophisticated risk management tools at exceptionally low costs. The brokerage trading platform utilizes the same innovative technology as the Company’s market making business, which executes and processes trades in securities, futures and foreign exchange instruments on more than 100 electronic exchanges and trading venues around the world. As a market maker, we provide liquidity at these marketplaces and, as a broker, we provide professional traders and investors with electronic access to stocks, options, futures, forex, bonds and mutual funds from a single IB Universal AccountSM. Employing proprietary software on a global communications network, Interactive Brokers Group continuously integrates its software with a growing number of exchanges and trading venues into one automatically functioning, computerized platform that requires minimal human intervention.
Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements:
The foregoing information contains certain forward-looking statements that reflect the company's current views with respect to certain current and future events and financial performance. These forward-looking statements are and will be, as the case may be, subject to many risks, uncertainties and factors relating to the company's operations and business environment which may cause the company's actual results to be materially different from any future results, expressed or implied, in these forward-looking statements. Any forward-looking statements in this release are based upon information available to the company on the date of this release. The company does not undertake to publicly update or revise its forward-looking statements even if experience or future changes make it clear that any statements expressed or implied therein will not be realized. Additional information on risk factors that could potentially affect the company's financial results may be found in the company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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