09 Oct 2014

2014 ECMI Statistical Package

Edoardo Piciucchi

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The ECMI Statistical Package presents a comprehensive collection of relevant data on the dynamics of various segments of European and global capital markets complete with graphical representations and explanatory commentary. It enables users to trace trends so as to highlight the ongoing transformations of capital markets, including the structural changes brought about by competitive forces, innovation, and regulation. It represents an important step to overcome the existing data fragmentation on the evolution of European capital markets by offering a ‘one-stop-shop’ for market participants, regulators, academics and students.

The 2014 version includes disaggregated data on equity markets for each stock exchange belonging to the same group. The package also compiles a wide range of MiFID statistics for pan-European and national equity trading venues. The debt securities section also includes data about securitisation, while the section on exchange-traded derivatives offers complete stock and index options and futures overview. The asset management section has been enriched with data about pension funds and insurance companies.

Edoardo Piciucchi is an Associate Research Assistant at ECMI.

Click here to download the table of contents, a full description and sample figures.

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