Triennial Central Bank Survey of foreign exchange and derivatives market activity in 2013
Updated 13 September 2015
The BIS Triennial Central Bank Survey is the most comprehensive source of information on the size and structure of global foreign exchange and OTC derivatives markets. By increasing market transparency, the survey aims to help policymakers and market participants better monitor patterns of activity and exposures in the global financial system.
|Market||Activity||Global results summary||Detailed tables|
|Foreign exchange||Turnover in April 2013||
PDF (24 pp, 153 kb)
XLS (146 kb)
PDF (79 pp, 991 kb)
XLS (1181 kb)
|Interest rate derivatives||Turnover in April 2013||
PDF (18 pp, 119 kb)
XLS (121 kb)
PDF (27 pp, 621 kb)
XLS (421 kb)
|OTC derivatives||Amounts outstanding as at end-June 2013||PDF (39 pp, 228 kb)||PDF (23 pp, 141 kb)
XLS (233 kb)
The Triennial Survey complements more frequent regional surveys conducted by foreign exchange committees in Australia, Canada, London, New York, Singapore and Tokyo as well as the semiannual survey of OTC derivatives markets coordinated by the BIS.
National survey results are available on the websites of the central banks and other authorities that participated in the survey. Detailed analyses of the 2013 Triennial Survey results were published in the December 2013 issue of the BIS Quarterly Review.
For queries regarding the Triennial Central Bank Survey, please write to statistics$bis.org (where "$" denotes "@").