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BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-February 12, 2013--Trading volumes up in January at NYSE Euronext(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS

12 February 2013 -- New York-based financial markets operator NYSE Euronext (NYSE: NYX) said the its global derivatives average daily volume of 9.5m contracts in January 2013 increased 26.9% compared to January 2012.

It also increased 27.5% from December 2012 driven principally by stronger fixed income derivatives ADV which increased 64% year-over-year and 91% month-over-month, the firm said.

US equity options volumes rebounded in January 2013 with an increase of 9.9% compared to January 2012 and an increased of 17.9% from December 2012 levels. US Equity options combined market share set a new record high of 29.4% in January 2013.

Trading volumes in European and US cash equities declined year-over-year, but improved from December 2012 levels.

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