The stocks of Apple Inc are the most actively traded among NASDAQ-100 shares (as of 19:27:09 GMT) according to Tradegate – Germany’s leading retail exchange. By the closing bell in London, 40,960 shares crossed the counter in 539 transactions. The ask price on stocks is currently at €150.66, while bids are at €150.60. The share price of Apple has seen a sideways movement of 0.1% since the closing bell on the previous day. (Source: http://www.bankernews.co.uk/, a service of tradegate. Tradegate Exchange is Europe’s leading marketplace for private investors, major shareholder: Deutsche Börse Group.)
Amazon stocks achieved second place today among NASDAQ-100 shares on Tradegate. 518 transactions with a trading volume of 7,274 stocks were processed by end of trading in London. So far, shares are being sold for €1,410.11, while bids are at €1,409.34. The company’s share price saw a climb of 0.6% on yesterday’s close of trading.
Activision Blizzard Inc is currently ranked third on Tradegate’s list of most traded NASDAQ-100 shares. By close of London trading, 18,875 stocks were traded in 276 transacted orders. So far, stocks are selling for €35.89, with bids coming in at €35.75. Activision Blizzard took a hit of -7.3% compared to previous day’s closing price.
The stocks of Nvidia Corp are the fourth most traded among NASDAQ-100 shares on Tradegate at the time of writing. By the closing bell in London, total traded company shares stood at 14,457 with 263 processed orders. Currently, shares are selling at €130.34, with bids coming in at €129.92. Today the company took a hit of -0.7% compared to its closing price on previous day’s trading.
In fifth spot on Tradegate’s ranking of most traded NASDAQ-100 shares is Electronic Arts Inc. By close of trading on the LSE, total traded company shares amounted to 11,605 with 257 processed orders. Current stocks are selling for €88.10, while bidding is at €87.82. The corporation’s shares climbed by 1.8% compared to previous day’s closing price.
(Updated Monday, 11 February 2019, 19:27:09 GMT.)