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28 January 2013

US Equities Market: 2013 State of the Industry

Each year our US equity clients ask us to provide market projections on areas that impact their business -- primarily, market volumes, commission rates, electronic trading usage, and high-frequency trading numbers. Firms want to know if we are bullish or bearish on the industry.

The truth is somewhere in the middle: We are modestly bullish on the industry and believe revenues and volumes will climb slightly this year.

The full TABB Group report, “US Equities Market: 2013 State of the Industry,” brings together our most requested data points in one concise report. It includes US equity institutional revenue cut three ways (Total, Execution Only and Low-Touch), market participant volumes, execution venue market share, high-frequency trading revenue, mutual fund flows, leveraged US equity volumes and more.


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