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IG Group publishes 2011 results – Net Revenue up 7%, Clients up 11%

IG Group just reported its results for the 2011 fiscal year (for IG it ends on May 31st). Bottom line is that IG's Net Revenue is up 7% to £320.4 million. Number of clients grew 11% year on year (13% if excluding Japan).
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IG Group just reported its results for the 2011 fiscal year (for IG it ends on May 31st). Bottom line is that IG’s Net Revenue is up 7% to £320.4 million. Number of clients grew 11% year on year (13% if excluding Japan).

IG Group’s Net trading revenue by region:

  • UK grew by 3%
  • Australia grew by 4%
  • Europe by whopping 21%
  • Singapore by 38%
  • Japan dropped 14%
  • ROW grew by amazing 52%
Out of the £312.7 million earned by the company from financial business, the breakdown was as follows:
  • Equity Indices 36% = £112.57 million
  • Forex 26% = £81.3 million
  • Shares 22% = £68.8 million
  • Commodities 11% = £34.4 million
  • Binaries 5% = £15.6 million
You can see rest of the data here.

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