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Jun 12, 2019 9:02 AM ET

Tradegate – Top 5 Executed Orders | Jun 12, 2019 9:02 GMT


iCrowd Newswire - Jun 12, 2019

The stocks of NEL ASA are top of today’s trading list among all shares. By noon, 17,613,841 stocks changed hands in 3,037 transactions. So far, stocks are selling for €0.53, with bids coming in at €0.53. NEL ASA suffered a -12.4% loss from its level on previous trading day. (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.)

The second most actively traded stocks among all shares on Tradegate are Beyond Meat Inc. In all, 84,472 shares were traded in 1,469 transacted orders by noon. The stock’s current ask price is at €114.38, the bid price is at €113.86. Since yesterday’s close of trading, the share price has climbed by 2.4%.

On today’s trading, Wirecard shares secure third spot among all shares on Tradegate. By noon, 121,269 shares changed hands. Total order transactions came to 963. The current ask price is at €148.20, while bidding is at €148.10. The corporation took a hit of -0.6% compared to previous day’s closing price.

Fourth place among all shares traded on Tradegate is PowerCell Sweden AB (publ). By noon, 430,318 stocks changed hands in 888 transactions. Stocks are currently selling for €7.69, while bids are at €7.64. PowerCell Sweden AB (publ)’s shares are down by -5.1% compared to its closing price on previous day’s trading.

On Tradegate Exchange, the stocks of Tesla Inc came in at fifth place on today’s trading of all shares. By midday, 22,745 company shares changed hands. Total order transactions came to 777. The ask price on stocks is currently at €197.54 and bids are at €197.34. The Tesla share price saw a climb of 2.8% on yesterday’s end of trading.

(Updated Wednesday, 12 June 2019, 13:01:28 GMT.)






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