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The average daily value traded across London Stock Exchange Group’s equity markets during January increased 14 per cent year on year to £7.1 billion (€8.0 billion). The average daily number of trades was 831,892, six per cent lower than January 2009.
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NYSE Euronext announced trading volumes for its global derivatives and cash equities exchanges for January 2010. Derivatives trading volumes in January 2010 were stronger, with European derivatives volumes increasing 32.4% and U.S. options trading volumes increasing 102.4% versus prior year. Cash equities trading volumes were mixed in January 2010, with European cash transactions increasing 4.1% and U.S. cash equities trading volumes declining 23.7% from prior year levels, respectively. Both European and U.S. cash trading volumes, however, increased from fourth quarter 2009 levels.
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Although the speed and extent of the global economic recovery remain uncertain, commodity prices are likely to put up strong performance in 2010. This will boost the worldwide mining industry, although challenges particular to South Africa may dampen local prospects.
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A growing weight of investment money is poised to enter the gold market in the first half of 2010 and is likely to push gold prices to fresh records, according to the latest Gold Survey Update from leading international precious metals consultancy, GFMS.
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Looking ahead to 2010, Jeffrey Nichols, Senior Economic Advisor to Rosland Capital, made the following comments on the outlook for the price of gold based on a series of key fundamentals trending into the New Year, including U.S. monetary policy, strong central bank and investment demand and declining mine production.
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China's apparent oil demand in November soared 18.7% from a year ago as the country's economic recovery picked up momentum. November's surge in oil demand marked the third straight month that the world's second largest oil consumer posted double-digit yearly growth in oil demand.
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Platts - The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries(OPEC) crude oil production rose to 28.94 million barrels per day (b/d) in November, an increase of 50,000 b/d from an estimated October level of 28.89 million b/d, a Platts survey of OPEC and oil industry officials and analysts showed Friday.
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A total of 16.4 million equity trades with a combined value of £149.0 billion (€165.7 billion) were carried out across the electronic order books of London Stock Exchange Group during November. The average daily number of trades was 781,875, 21 per cent lower than November 2008, while the average daily value traded was £7.1 billion (€7.9billion), a decrease of seven per cent on the same month last year.
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United States crude oil production for 2009 is on target to have its biggest one-year jump since 1970, according to a Platts analysis of industry data.
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China's apparent petroleum demand in October jumped 10.2% from a year ago as the world's second largest oil consumer ramped up crude processing rates, even as Beijing released a bunch of positive economic data for the month.
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