EEX Group reports its November volumes with following key developments:
- The European Power Spot market volume, operated by EPEX SPOT, was largely stable in comparison to last year: While intraday volumes increased by 7%, volumes on the Day-Ahead market decreased by 6%.
- The EEX European Power Derivatives market reached a total volume of 279.9 TWh, dropping 25% compared to November 2021. Despite an overall declining market development, EEX Belgian, Dutch and Nordic power futures posted increases.
- Volumes on the Japanese Derivatives market rose remarkably by 43%, while the US-American Power Derivatives at Nodal Exchange decreased by 20% year-on-year.
- EEX Group’s global Natural Gas markets achieved a new monthly record, increasing 74% and reaching a total trading volume of 670.8 TWh.
- Key driver for this development were rising trading activities in the European Gas Derivatives (+ 183%) – main contributor was the German THE with an increase of 634%.
- The European Gas Spot Markets increased by 79% with notable performances in the major hubs TTF (+ 58 %) and THE (+ 121%) as well as the Belgian ZTP (+ 105%).
- The EEX Dry Freight markets experienced an outstanding month with Freight Futures showing an increase of 14% and Freight Options almost doubling the volume (+44%).
- After reaching several records in the last months, trading with agricultural products eased off by 7% (4.402 lots). The European Dairy Derivatives continued their strong development, with volumes increasing by 30%.
The full report is also attached below.
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