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Tradegate – Top 5 Executed Orders | Sep 12, 2019 0:01 GMT

Tradegate – Top 5 Executed Orders | Sep 12, 2019 0:01 GMT

iCrowd Newswire - Sep 12, 2019

The most traded share among all shares currently is Wirecard AG (as of 04:01:05 GMT). By end of day trading, 212,621 shares and 1,790 orders were transacted. The ask price on stocks is currently at €152.75, while bids are at €152.15. The company’s share price climbed by 1.7% after end of trading yesterday. (Source:, 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 Apple Inc. By close of trading, 119,155 company stocks and 1,510 orders were transacted. Current stocks are selling for €203.05 and bidding is at €202.90. The Apple share price saw a climb of 3.4% on yesterday’s close of trading.

Deutsche Bank AG secures third place on Tradegate’s ranking of most traded shares. By close of trading, 1,418,230 company shares were traded in 1,125 transactions. Stocks are currently selling for €7.52, while bids are at €7.50. Since close of trading on previous day, Deutsche Bank has seen its share price level out at -0.1%.

Infineon stocks achieved fourth place today among all shares on Tradegate. By end of trading, 581,096 shares were traded in 1,099 transactions. The current ask price is at €18.05, bids are at €17.97. Since yesterday’s close of trading, the share price has climbed by 2.7%.

The fifth most actively traded shares among all shares on Tradegate are VARTA AG. By end of trading, 70,939 company stocks with a total of 1,081 orders crossed the counter. Stocks are now selling for €84.50 and bids are coming in at €84.00. VARTA AG suffered a loss of -0.4% from its level at the end of the previous trading day.

(Updated Thursday, 12 September 2019, 04:01:05 GMT.)


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