– We saw quite small movements in the Nordic markets for March as a whole, says Håkan Nyberg, CEO of Nordnet. The first reporting period is over and the private savers are now waiting for the Q1 reports that come out in a few weeks. From our Swedish horizon, Fingerprint’s profit warning, the negative report from H&M and the announced write-downs in Ericsson were some of the events during the month that affected the savers the most, says Håkan Nyberg.
Table: Nordnet’s total trades on all exchanges and market places for all customers, and average number of trades per day. Average number of trades per day is calculated as total trades divided by the number of days the Swedish exchanges are open.
|2017||2016||one year||2017||one month|
|Number of trades|
|Sweden||1 232 295||853 675||44,4%||1 196 370||3,0%|
|Norway||369 170||235 285||56,9%||411 363||-10,3%|
|Denmark||356 557||319 437||11,6%||352 516||1,1%|
|Finland||351 777||311 536||12,9%||328 317||7,1%|
|Total||2 309 799||1 719 933||34,3%||2 288 566||0,9%|
|Average per day||100 426||83 899||19,7%||114 428||-12,2%|
|Traded value cash market (SEK million)*||69 119||56 029||23,4%||70 697||-2,2%|
* Cash market relates to trades in stocks, warrants, ETFs and certificate.