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Feb 11, 2019 8:27 AM ET

Dax® Stocks – Top 5 Executed Orders | Feb 11, 2019 8:27 GMT

iCrowd Newswire - Feb 11, 2019

The stocks of Wirecard AG are heading the pack in current trading among Dax shares (as of 13:27:10 GMT) according to Tradegate. 9,822 transactions with a total of 806,624 company stocks were processed by midday. Currently, shares are selling at €101.00, with bids coming in at €100.90. The Wirecard share price climbed by 6.0% after end of trading yesterday. (Source:, a service of tradegate. Tradegate Exchange is Europe’s leading marketplace for private investors, major shareholder: Deutsche Börse Group.)

Runner-up spot among Dax shares traded on Tradegate is Daimler AG. Today’s trading saw a trading volume of 132,923 traded shares with 1,039 transacted orders up to midday. The current ask price is at €48.09 and bids are at €48.085. The Daimler share price fell by -0.6% from previous day’s close of trading.

The shares of Deutsche Bank AG are the third most traded among Dax shares on Tradegate at the time of writing. Trading up to midday saw 504 transacted orders with a trading volume of 365,886 stocks. Stocks are currently selling at €7.365, bids are in at €7.363. Compared to yesterday’s close of trading, the share price has risen by 1.8%.

BASF SE is currently ranked fourth on Tradegate’s list of most traded Dax shares. In total, 61,196 company shares were traded in 491 transactions by midday. Stocks are currently selling for €63.42 and bids are at €63.41. The company’s share price climbed by 0.6% after end of trading yesterday.

The fifth most traded Dax share on Tradegate currently is Siemens AG. By noon, 31,560 company stocks were traded. Total order transactions came to 395. The stock’s current ask price is at €92.48, the bid price is at €92.47. The company’s shares climbed by 0.6% compared to previous day’s closing price.

(Updated Monday, 11 February 2019, 13:27:10 GMT.)


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