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The most traded share among NASDAQ-100 shares currently is Amazon.com Inc (as of 09:01:26 GMT). Today’s trading saw a trading volume of 5,692 traded company shares with 452 transacted orders before start of trading in London. Shares are currently selling at €1,615.60, while bids are coming in at €1,614.60. Since close of trading on previous day, Amazon has seen its share price level out. (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.)
Apple shares achieved second place today among NASDAQ-100 shares on Tradegate. Today’s trading saw a total of 32,347 traded company shares with 388 transacted orders ahead of London market opening. Stocks are currently selling for €189.48, bids are coming in at €189.40. Since close of trading on previous day, Apple has seen its share price level out at 0.2%.
On Tradegate Exchange, the stocks of Microsoft Corp came in at third place on today’s trading of NASDAQ-100 shares. 348 transactions with a trading volume of 21,878 shares were processed before start of trading in London. Stocks are now selling for €125.34, while bids are coming in at €125.28. The company’s share price climbed by 0.3% after close of trading yesterday.
The shares of Tesla Inc are the fourth most traded among NASDAQ-100 shares on Tradegate at the time of writing. Ahead of London market opening, 15,515 stocks changed hands. In total, 321 orders were registered. So far, stocks are selling for €205.30, with bids coming in at €204.90. Compared to yesterday’s close of trading, the share price has risen by 2.1%.
The fifth most traded NASDAQ-100 share on Tradegate currently is Alphabet Inc|N Class A. In total, 1,871 company shares with 169 transacted orders changed hands ahead of London market opening. Shares are currently being sold for €1,082.60, bids are at €1,082.20. The Alphabet share price has seen a sideways movement of 0.2% since the closing bell on the previous day.
(Updated Saturday, 31 August 2019, 09:01:26 GMT.)