Volume

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CME Group, a diverse derivatives marketplace, announced 2017 average daily volume (ADV) reached a record 16.3 million contracts, up 4% from 2016. During 2017, there were 34 trading days above 20 million contracts, up from 32 days in 2016, despite significantly lower volatility.
Open interest records: VIX futures hit a new record for open interest with more than 673,000 contracts on August 7, and VIX options reached a new record for open interest with 14,783,380 contracts open on Aug. 15. Volume records: Aug.10 was an all-time record volume day for both VIX futures (volume of 942,109 contacts) and for VIX options (volume of 2,538,121 contracts).
The jobs report came in with a good headline number at 255,000. Wall Street went ballistic and even noticed a twinge of euphoria Friday morning. Hold the phone, I’m concerned it isn’t what it seems. You’ve seen me flat out say from time to time I think some fundamental number is a complete fabrication. I think this number is on the level. But I also think they got there by the most creative levels of accounting gimmickry.

CME Group announced that first-quarter 2016 volume averaged a record 16.9 million contracts per day, up 13% from first-quarter 2015.

Volume offers valuable information on the intentions of buyers and sellers, the potential for diversification and, at the minimum, another piece of the trading puzzle.

The gold premiums in Mumbai remained mostly unchanged during the week.

Volatility is back, according to the Keefe, Bruyette & Woods (KBW) 1Q15 preview report released April 15.