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Jun 12, 2019 11:01 PM ET

Dax® Stocks – Top 5 Executed Orders | Jun 12, 2019 23:01 GMT


iCrowd Newswire - Jun 12, 2019

The most traded share among Dax shares currently is Wirecard AG (as of 03:01:05 GMT). 173,877 stocks with a total of 1,507 orders changed hands by end of trading. Shares are currently being sold for €148.00, with bids coming in at €147.50. The company took a hit of -1.1% compared to its closing price on previous day’s trading. (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.)

Runner-up spot among Dax shares traded on Tradegate is BASF SE. Close of trading saw 92,394 shares with a total of 667 orders processed. Stocks are currently selling for €62.13 and bids are coming in at €61.94. The corporation’s shares are down by -1.4% compared to its closing price on previous day’s trading.

Ranked third among the most traded Dax shares on Tradegate Exchange is Deutsche Bank AG. 565,157 shares and 595 orders changed hands by close of trading. The current ask price is at €6.12 and bids are at €6.10. The corporation suffered a -1.0% loss from its level on previous trading day.

The stocks of Deutsche Telekom AG are the fourth most traded among Dax shares on Tradegate at the time of writing. By end of day trading, 421,418 stocks crossed the counter in 556 transactions. Stocks are now selling for €15.47, while bids are coming in at €15.40. Compared to yesterday’s close of trading, the share price has risen by 0.5%.

The fifth most traded Dax share on Tradegate currently is Daimler AG. Close of trading saw 82,408 company stocks with a total of 490 orders traded. The current ask price is at €48.12, bidding is at €48.05. The company took a hit of -0.6% compared to previous day’s closing price.

(Updated Thursday, 13 June 2019, 03:01:05 GMT.)






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