LBMA-i is the transparency service for the precious metals market. The service was formed in direct response to the demand for a simplified and cost-effective reporting service that improves transparency, generates liquidity and meets regulatory demand. Managed by Simplitium, the service collates anonymous and aggregated Trade Reporting data from LBMA members and publishes the total volumes traded.
LBMA-i market data will make it possible for market participants to gauge the size and shape of the precious metals market for the first time in history.
Initially, two reports are available:
1. Trade data for the previous week in Gold and Silver for all four asset classes (Spot, Swaps/ Forwards, Options and Lease Loan Deposits) broken down by date increments.
2. All open trades in Gold and Silver for all four asset classes (Spot, Swaps/ Forwards, Options and Lease Loan Deposits) broken down by date increments and accumulated from 5th November 2018.
Data is displayed as an average over a business calendar week. Weekly reporting went live on the 20th of November 2018 and will continue for 12 weeks.Find out more
LBMA has today announced that the daily average turnover for gold is $36.9 billion and $5.2 billion for silver. These numbers represent all LBMA Market Makers’ and some Full Members’ share of the Loco London and Loco Zurich OTC market. Data is currently displayed as an average over a business calendar week, and will be released each Tuesday for the previous week. We will move towards daily reporting in 3 months time.Find out more
LBMA have today announced the launch date of 20 November 2018 to publish their precious metals market data through their trade reporting service, LBMA-i. The announcement will cover LBMA’s membership share of the loco London and loco Zurich OTC market and will reflect 5 day aggregate of trade data, with the intention of moving to daily reporting three months later. All LBMA Full Members, who trade in the precious metals markets, are expected to report trade data to the LBMA-i.Find out more