Well, almost. In my business it has become habit to scoop up watershed factoids like this and--along with other bits and pieces--make sense of them in a larger context of multiple future scenarios.
...the Bank for International Settlements in Basel, Switzerland... [tracks] the size of foreign-exchange markets. In April, daily turnover in currency markets rose to $3.2 trillion, the bank said yesterday.
That's more in value than the annual economic output of Germany or China, changing hands in currency markets every day around the world. It's also up 71% from the BIS's last survey in 2004, the largest jump in volume since the institution began conducting its benchmark survey in 1989.