Boerse Stuttgart generates 2023 turnover of around EUR 90 billion

Trading volume on the level of the previous year // Increase of
114 percent in bonds

Based on the order book statistics, Boerse Stuttgart generated a total turnover of around EUR 90,1 billion in 2023. This means that the trading volume across all securities classes was on the level of the previous year.

With an order-book turnover in bond trading of around EUR 20 billion, there was an increase of around 114 percent in this asset class. At around EUR 9 billion, corporate bonds accounted for the lion’s share of the trading volume.

The trading volume in structured securities amounted to around EUR 36,7 billion in 2023. A turnover of around EUR 26,6 billion was recorded for leverage products. Turnover from investment products came to around EUR 10 billion.

Trading in equities generated turnover of around EUR 15 billion in 2023. German equities contributed around EUR 9,6 billion to this total and international equities around EUR 5,4 billion. The most frequently traded German equities in 2023 were Allianz SE, Mercedes-Benz Group AG and Rheinmetall AG. Turning to international equities, Tesla Inc., NVIDIA Corp. and Inc. were traded with the highest volumes.

Based on the order book statistics, exchange-traded products generated turnover of around EUR 16,8 billion. The turnover from trading in investment fund units was around EUR 1,4 billion.

Note on the monthly statistics 

Boerse Stuttgart’s monthly statistics are reported on the basis of the order book turnover. The turnovers of all the securities traded on each trading day are documented clearly and verifiably. The recording of securities transactions by order book is practised by all intermediary-based German exchanges and serves as a basis for comparing trading turnovers. For the structured securities asset class Boerse Stuttgart also calculates the trading turnover according to the volume
of customer orders executed and forwards these to the German Structured Securities Association (Bundesverband für strukturierte Wertpapiere, BSW). This ensures that comparisons between the different exchanges can also be made with regard to structured securities.