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ASX Equity Derivatives

June 2018 Options and Futures Statistics

Top 10 Call and Put Options Contracts

ASX

 

NOTE: The charts above show the number of contracts bought and sold by non-market-making participants in the top 10 underlying securities

 

SGX Monthly Newsletter

SGX FX Futures ended H1 2018 on a record high with over 1.84 million contracts in June

 

§ Aggregate SGX FX Futures volume exceeded 1.84 million contracts in June

§ Total FX Futures notional volume in June crossed US$ 84 billion; YTD volume at US$ 385 billion up 132% y-o-y

CHART VIEW – Gold Futures

Written by Jeff Gilfillan

 

CME COMEX Gold futures failed to breakout of its consolidated strong value range in place since 2013 despite a sustained effort through the 1st and a good part of the second quarter of 2018. This range visible on the monthly continuation chart below spans from roughly 1212 to 1350 in front month gold futures. From a technical perspective this discounts the strength of support at recent 1210 level.

The Market Corner: the month in review

Written by Filippo Lecchini

The rise of the machines

With the wide adoption of smart phones and the boom of applications for all sort of purposes technology is taking over various aspects of everyone’s life. While technological progress didn’t start with the iPhone, the range of the opportunities and access for the general population has largely expanded in the last few years. Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics have become part of the public discourse almost everywhere.

The future of human beings

Dear Friends,

Is the World getting more boring?

I pose this question in a tongue in cheek way, but it is not as trivial question as you might think.

细节决定成败

亲爱的朋友们, 当你忙碌的时候,时间总是过得很快。我们辉立度过了一个忙碌的六月。我们准备在今年秋季将公司搬到更宽敞的办公室,我们寻找新办公地点的任务也终于告一段落。然而设计办公室的乐趣才刚刚开始。

CHART VIEW – Crude Oil Futures by Jeff Gilfillan

NYMEX WTI Crude futures front month contract

 

Front month CME Group NYMEX Crude Oil futures reached a 3 ½ year high of 72.83 on May 22nd. The post financial crisis 50% front month level of 70.44 was temporarily breached in early May and lasted about 3 weeks before retreating into the mid-60s.

 

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