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The stocks of Amazon.com Inc are heading the pack in current trading among NASDAQ-100 shares (as of 19:02:35 GMT) according to Tradegate – Germany’s leading retail exchange. Today’s trading saw a trading volume of 4,886 traded company stocks with 439 transacted orders by end of trading in London. Stocks are currently selling for €1,670.20 and bids are at €1,669.40. Amazon’s shares climbed by 0.6% compared to previous day’s closing price. (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 NASDAQ-100 shares traded on Tradegate is Apple Inc. Today’s trading saw a total of 39,851 traded company shares with 384 transacted orders by end of London trading. The current ask price is at €172.26, bids are at €172.20. The corporation suffered a -0.4% loss from its level on previous trading day.
Ranked third among the most traded NASDAQ-100 shares on Tradegate Exchange is Tesla Inc. By end of London trading, total traded stocks came to 12,956 with 284 transacted orders. Shares are currently selling at €191.00, while bids are coming in at €190.54. Compared to yesterday’s close of trading, the company’s share price has risen by 0.5%.
In fourth spot on Tradegate’s ranking of most traded NASDAQ-100 shares is Microsoft Corp. Today’s trading saw a total of 18,373 traded company shares with 244 transacted orders by end of London trading. Shares are currently selling at €118.64, while bids are coming in at €118.58. The Microsoft share price saw a climb of 1.0% on yesterday’s end of trading.
Fifth place among NASDAQ-100 shares traded on Tradegate is Advanced Micro Devices Inc. In all, traded stocks totalled 63,746 with 241 registered orders by the closing bell in London. So far, stocks are selling for €27.21, with bids coming in at €27.10. The corporation suffered a -2.7% loss from its level on previous trading day.
(Updated Friday, 14 June 2019, 19:02:35 GMT.)