The FESE database is the most complete source of statistics from European securities exchanges. Every month, FESE members supply data on a broad range of asset classes. This data is structured in tables and provides an invaluable source of international comparison for European securities trading.
Complete Monthly factsheet
Tables cover the following:
2 MARKET CAPITALISATION
3 LISTED COMPANIES / INVESTMENT FLOWS
4 EQUITY TRADING
5 MOST TRADED SHARES
6 SPECIALISED MARKETS
7 SECURITISED DERIVATIVES
1011 BOND TRADING
12 EXCHANGE RATES
131415 DERIVATIVES TRADING
16 TRADING PARTICIPANTS
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European Equity Market Report
The European Equity Market Report gathers data from the market segments operated by all major European regulated markets and multilateral trading facilities.
The IPO Database includes detailed information on individual IPOs for all FESE members. Data on the number of employees, turnover, and revenue is published annually.
European Capital Markets Fact Sheet
The European Capital Markets Fact Sheet provides a quarterly overview of European securities trading in a visual fashion. The report includes figures aggregating statistics from each asset class.
Listed Instruments Survey
The Listed Instruments Survey provides a granular overview of the new listings, delistings and total listed equity instruments for FESE members.
European Exchange Report
The European Exchange Report represents a valuable source of integrated information about Europe’s exchange industry. Each FESE member’s financial and trading figures are summarised in a one-page statement allowing for easy and transparent comparison of exchanges’ business models.
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Trading Calendar & Trading Hours
Methodology and Changelog
The FESE Economics and Statistics Committee has developed a high-level methodology that ensures the quality of the statistics. This methodology is kept up to date through regular consultations on statistical improvements, regulatory developments, and the evolution of the industry.
Complimentary to the methodology is the changelog, a record of all the updates affecting the statistics from January 2014.