Miami International Holdings Reports November 2022 Trading Results; SPIKES Futures, MIAX Options and MIAX Pearl Equities Set Year-to-Date Volume Records
Andy Nybo, SVP, Chief Communications Officer
PRINCETON, N.J. — December 7, 2022 — Miami International Holdings, Inc. today reported November 2022 trading results for its U.S. exchange subsidiaries – MIAX®, MIAX Pearl® and MIAX Emerald® (together, the MIAX Exchange Group), and Minneapolis Grain Exchange (MGEX™).
November 2022 Trading Volume Highlights
- Total U.S. multi-listed options market share for the MIAX Exchange Group reached 13.55%, representing a 2.4% year-over-year (YoY) decrease. A total of 115.1 million multi-listed options contracts were executed on the MIAX Exchange Group, representing a 7.7% decrease YoY and an average daily volume (ADV) of 5.5 million contracts. Total year-to-date (YTD) volume reached 1.2 billion contracts, a decrease of 3.4% from the same period in 2021.
- MIAX Options reported record YTD volume of 501.2 million contracts, up 4.5% from the same period in 2021, with volume reaching 51.2 million contracts in November 2022, a 1.5% YoY increase. Additionally, MIAX Options reported a single day volume record of 3.9 million contracts on November 11, 2022. MIAX Emerald reported YTD volume of 289.9 million contracts, a 17.2% decrease from the same period in 2021, with volume totaling 26.3 million contracts in November 2022, a 34.0% YoY decrease. MIAX Pearl reported YTD volume of 392.4 million contracts, a 0.8% decrease from the same period in 2021, with volume totaling 37.6 million contracts in November 2022, a 9.4% YoY increase.
- In U.S. equities, MIAX Pearl Equities™ reported volume of 2.4 billion shares in November 2022, representing a 49.2% increase YoY and a monthly market share of 1.02%. Total YTD volume reached a record 27.4 billion shares, a 200.3% increase from the same period in 2021.
- In U.S. futures, MGEX, a Designated Contract Market (DCM) and Derivatives Clearing Organization (DCO), reported trading volume of 235,460 contracts in November 2022, a 44.0% decrease YoY. Total YTD volume reached 3.1 million contracts, a decrease of 14.5% from the same period in 2021.
- SPIKES® Futures YTD volume reached a record 752,135 contracts, an 11.4% increase YoY. SPIKES Futures volume totaled 34,092 contracts in November 2022, representing a 75.1% decrease YoY and an average daily volume of 1,623 contracts.
Additional MIAX Exchange Group and MGEX volume details are included in the following tables.
MIAX’s parent holding company, Miami International Holdings, Inc., owns Miami International Securities Exchange, LLC (MIAX®), MIAX PEARL, LLC (MIAX Pearl®), MIAX Emerald, LLC (MIAX Emerald®), Minneapolis Grain Exchange, LLC (MGEX™), and Bermuda Stock Exchange (BSX™).
MIAX, MIAX Pearl and MIAX Emerald are national securities exchanges registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that leverage MIAX’s industry-leading technology and infrastructure to provide U.S. listed options trading to their member firms. MIAX serves as the exclusive exchange venue for cash-settled options on the SPIKES® Volatility Index (Ticker: SPIKE), a measure of the expected 30-day volatility in the SPDR® S&P 500® ETF (SPY). In addition to options, MIAX Pearl facilitates the trading of cash equities through MIAX Pearl Equities™.
MGEX is a registered exchange with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and is a Notice Registered Securities Futures Product Exchange with the SEC. MGEX serves as the exclusive market for a variety of products including Hard Red Spring Wheat, SPIKES Futures, BRIXX™ Commercial Real Estate Futures and TAX Futures. MGEX is a Designated Contract Market (DCM) and Derivatives Clearing Organization (DCO) under the CFTC, providing DCM, DCO and cash market services in an array of asset classes.
BSX is a fully electronic, vertically integrated international securities market regulated by the Bermuda Monetary Authority (BMA) specializing in the listing and trading of capital market instruments such as equities, debt issues, funds, hedge funds, derivative warrants and insurance linked securities. A full member of the World Federation of Exchanges and affiliate member of the International Organization of Securities Commissions, BSX is globally recognized, including by the SEC.
MIAX’s executive offices and National Operations Center are located in Princeton, NJ, with additional offices located in Miami, FL, Minneapolis, MN, and Hamilton, Bermuda.
To learn more about MIAX visit www.MIAXOptions.com.
To learn more about MGEX visit www.mgex.com.
To learn more about BSX visit www.bsx.com.
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