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The shares of Microsoft Corp are leading current trading among US BlueChip shares (as of 10:02:02 GMT) on Germany’s leading retail exchange – Tradegate. Soon after London start of trading, 6,918 company shares were traded. In total, 110 orders were transacted. Stocks are currently selling for €128.10 and bids are at €127.88. Since close of trading on previous day, Microsoft 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.)
The shares of Apple Inc are the second most traded among US BlueChip shares on Tradegate at the time of writing. Shortly after start of London trading, 6,556 stocks changed hands in 78 transacted orders. The stock’s current ask price is at €201.65 and the bid price is at €201.50. The corporation’s share price edged sideways after previous day’s close of trading.
P&G stocks achieved third place today among US BlueChip shares on Tradegate. In all, 3,107 stocks with 59 transacted orders changed hands shortly after start of London trading. So far, shares are being sold for €114.24 and bids are at €114.02. The company’s share price has seen a sideways movement of 0.1% since the closing bell on the previous day.
McDonald’s Corp is currently ranked fourth on Tradegate’s list of most traded US BlueChip shares. In all, 1,149 stocks were traded in 46 transactions shortly after start of London trading. Stocks are now selling for €195.32 and bids are coming in at €194.84. The corporation’s share price edged sideways at 0.1% after previous day’s close of trading.
Johnson & Johnson stocks achieved fifth place today among US BlueChip shares on Tradegate. In total, 1,699 shares with 40 transacted orders crossed the counter shortly after start of trading in London. Stocks are now selling for €118.78, while bids are coming in at €118.40. The company’s share price climbed by 0.2% after end of trading yesterday.
(Updated Friday, 27 September 2019, 10:02:02 GMT.)