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Feb 12, 2019 11:28 AM ET

Tradegate-Nasdaq100 – Top 5 Executed Orders | Feb 12, 2019 11:28 GMT

iCrowd Newswire - Feb 12, 2019

The most traded share among NASDAQ-100 shares currently is Amazon.com Inc (as of 16:27:56 GMT). Up to midday, 4,635 shares were traded. In total, 380 orders were processed. The ask price on stocks is currently at €1,440.30 and bids are at €1,439.31. The Amazon share price climbed by 1.9% after close of trading yesterday. (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.)

In second spot on Tradegate’s ranking of most traded NASDAQ-100 shares is Apple Inc. 279 transacted orders with a total of 16,183 stocks were processed by midday. Shares are currently selling at €150.07, while bids are coming in at €150.01. The company suffered a -0.2% loss from its level on previous trading day.

Electronic Arts shares achieved third place today among NASDAQ-100 shares on Tradegate. In total, 13,002 stocks with 227 transacted orders changed hands by noon. Current stocks are selling for €89.98, bidding is at €89.90. Compared to yesterday’s close of trading, the company’s share price has risen by 4.1%.

The fourth most traded NASDAQ-100 share on Tradegate currently is Activision Blizzard Inc. Up to midday, 18,641 company stocks changed hands in 180 transacted orders. The stock’s current ask price is at €36.29, while the bid price is at €36.15. The Activision Blizzard share price climbed by 1.6% after close of trading yesterday.

Fifth place among NASDAQ-100 shares traded on Tradegate is Tesla Inc. In total, 4,566 company stocks with 137 transacted orders were traded by noon. The current ask price is at €280.02 and bidding is at €279.74. The Tesla share price saw a climb of 0.8% on yesterday’s close of trading.

(Updated Tuesday, 12 February 2019, 16:27:56 GMT.)


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