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The stocks of Amazon.com Inc are heading the pack in current trading among NASDAQ-100 shares (as of 12:01:05 GMT) on Tradegate – Germany’s leading retail exchange. 600 transacted orders with a total of 7,014 shares were registered shortly after start of London trading. So far, shares are being sold for €1,784.00, while bids are at €1,783.20. Since close of trading yesterday, the company’s share price has climbed by 0.3%. (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 Microsoft Corp. Shortly after start of trading in London, 14,353 company stocks changed hands in 448 transactions. Current stocks are selling for €124.00 and bidding is at €123.00. The corporation’s share price edged sideways at 0.1% after previous day’s close of trading.
In third spot on Tradegate’s ranking of most traded NASDAQ-100 shares is Tesla Inc. 361 transactions with a trading volume of 13,519 company shares were processed shortly after start of London trading. So far, shares are being sold for €217.60 and bids are at €217.20. The company’s shares climbed by 2.4% compared to previous day’s closing price.
The fourth most traded NASDAQ-100 share on Tradegate currently is Apple Inc. Shortly after start of London trading, 31,677 shares were traded. Total order transactions came to 279. Stocks are currently selling for €180.34, while bids are coming in at €180.28. Compared to yesterday’s close of trading, the share price has risen by 0.6%.
Facebook Inc secures fifth place on Tradegate’s ranking of most traded NASDAQ-100 shares. In total, 10,603 stocks were traded in 251 transactions shortly after start of London trading. Shares are currently selling at €182.16, bids are coming in at €182.00. The company’s share price climbed by 1.8% after end of trading yesterday.
(Updated Sunday, 14 July 2019, 12:01:05 GMT.)