Íslandsbanki had the highest turnover in Equities and Fixed Income in December 2013

Íslandsbanki had the highest turnover in equities and fixed income on Nasdaq OMX Iceland in December. Íslandsbanki also had the highest turnover in the equities market in 2013 with 27.8% marketshare. 

Total turnover on the stock market in December was 19.2 billion and total turnover in 2013 was 251 billion.

Íslandsbanki was second in turnover in the fixed income market in 2013, the Bank's share was 21,0% in 2013. Total turnover in bonds in December was 136 billion and the turnover in 2013 amounted to 1,822 billion.

Turnover in December was below average on the Nasdaq OMX Iceland.

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