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Apr 17, 2019 11:29 AM ET

SDax® Stocks – Top 5 Executed Orders | Apr 17, 2019 11:29 GMT


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The most traded stock among SDax shares currently is Aixtron SE (as of 15:28:05 GMT). Trading up to midday saw 589 transactions with a total of 388,010 shares. The ask price on stocks is currently at €10.10 and bids are at €10.10. Since close of trading yesterday, the company’s share price has risen by 1.8%. (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.)

Schaeffler AG is currently ranked second on Tradegate’s list of most traded SDax shares. Trading up to midday saw 351 transacted orders with a trading volume of 233,072 company stocks. So far, shares are being sold for €8.44, bids are at €8.44. Since yesterday’s close of trading, the share price has risen by 2.6%.

In third spot on Tradegate’s ranking of most traded SDax shares is VARTA AG. Trading up to midday saw 198 transactions with a total of 24,716 stocks. The stock’s current ask price is at €39.35, while the bid price is at €39.30. VARTA AG took a hit of -3.4% compared to its closing price on previous day’s trading.

In fourth spot on Tradegate’s ranking of most traded SDax shares is Nordex SE. In all, 105,178 stocks with 187 transacted orders were traded by noon. Shares are currently being sold for €14.68, with bids coming in at €14.67. The company’s share price climbed by 0.5% after end of trading yesterday.

On today’s trading, Sixt shares secure fifth spot among SDax shares on Tradegate. Trading up to midday saw 150 transacted orders with a trading volume of 8,480 company stocks. So far, shares are being sold for €98.65, while bids are at €98.50. The Sixt share price saw a climb of 1.5% on yesterday’s close of trading.

(Updated Wednesday, 17 April 2019, 15:28:05 GMT.)






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