We publish over 350 market data indicators, ranging from statistics on exchange traded products such as equities, derivatives and ETFs to granular data on IPOs, and the WFE’s Median Simple Spread liquidity indicator.
The WFE Statistics Database provides registered users with access to a wide range of market indicators. The data is collected on a monthly and annual basis from WFE members, affiliates and non-members. More information on the WFE statistics can be found in the WFE Statistics Definitions Manual 2023 Sept . You can find here a list of WFE monthly and annual indicators.pdf.
A compilation of the main structural elements observed across markets, including market hours, volatility control mechanisms, and trading rules can be found in WFE Exchanges Factsheets (updated: Sept 2022).
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A compilation of the main structural elements observed across markets, including market hours, volatility control mechanisms, and trading rules can be found in WFE Exchanges Factsheets (updated Sept 2022).Access Exchange Factsheets
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