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May 17, 2019 1:03 PM ET

Tradegate – Top 5 Executed Orders | May 17, 2019 13:03 GMT

iCrowd Newswire - May 17, 2019

Wirecard shares are top of today’s trading list among all shares. In total, 355,258 shares with 2,871 transacted orders were traded by noon. Current stocks are selling for €140.80 and bidding is at €140.30. The company’s share price climbed by 0.5% 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.)

The shares of Thomas Cook Group PLC are the second most traded among all shares on Tradegate at the time of writing. Up to midday, 28,715,412 company stocks changed hands in 2,002 transactions. Shares are currently selling at €0.14 and bids are coming in at €0.14. Thomas Cook Group PLC suffered a loss of -64.4% from its level at the end of the previous trading day.

BMW AG secures third place on Tradegate’s ranking of most traded shares. By noon, 151,855 company shares changed hands. To date, 1,379 orders have been processed. Stocks are currently selling at €66.11, while bids are in at €66.03. BMW saw a fall of -5.9% from its closing price on previous day’s trading.

Daimler AG is currently ranked fourth on Tradegate’s list of most traded shares. 1,194 transacted orders with a total of 280,294 company shares were registered by noon. Stocks are currently selling for €53.68 and bids are at €53.42. Today the company took a hit of -1.4% compared to previous day’s closing price.

The fifth most actively traded stocks among all shares on Tradegate are Bitcoin Group SE. Today’s trading saw a total of 103,423 traded shares with 1,004 transacted orders up to midday. Shares are currently being sold for €40.10, while bids are at €39.95. The company suffered a loss of -8.6% from its level at previous day’s close of trading.

(Updated Friday, 17 May 2019, 17:02:29 GMT.)


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