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The most traded share among US BlueChip shares currently is Johnson & Johnson (as of 10:01:13 GMT). In total, 6,066 company stocks were traded in 97 transactions shortly after start of London trading. So far, stocks are selling for €118.68, with bids coming in at €118.46. The company’s share price has climbed by 0.2% since yesterday’s close of 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 US BlueChip shares traded on Tradegate is Apple Inc. Today’s trading saw a trading volume of 7,459 traded stocks with 90 transacted orders shortly after start of trading on the LSE. The current ask price is at €182.62 and bidding is at €182.46. Since close of trading on previous day, Apple has seen its share price level out at 0.1%.
The third most traded US BlueChip share on Tradegate currently is Microsoft Corp. In all, 3,857 company stocks with 85 transacted orders changed hands shortly after start of trading on the LSE. So far, stocks are selling for €123.00, with bids coming in at €122.00. Today Microsoft took a hit of -0.8% compared to its closing price on previous day’s trading.
Procter & Gamble Co secures fourth place on Tradegate’s ranking of most traded US BlueChip shares. Today’s trading saw a total of 2,299 traded company stocks with 55 transacted orders shortly after start of London trading. Stocks are currently selling for €103.98 and bids are coming in at €103.52. The company’s share price has seen a sideways movement of 0.1% since the closing bell on the previous day.
Walt Disney Co is currently ranked fifth on Tradegate’s list of most traded US BlueChip shares. In all, 1,279 stocks with 49 transacted orders were traded shortly after start of London trading. Stocks are currently selling at €128.98, bids are in at €128.72. The corporation’s share price edged sideways after previous day’s close of trading.
(Updated Wednesday, 17 July 2019, 10:01:13 GMT.)