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The stocks of Apple Inc are the most actively traded among NASDAQ-100 shares (as of 21:01:08 GMT) according to Tradegate – Germany’s leading retail exchange. Total traded company stocks came to 88,569 with 912 orders transacted by end of London trading. Stocks are currently selling at €213.80, while bids are in at €213.70. The company’s share price climbed by 2.1% after close of trading yesterday. (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 Amazon.com Inc. Today’s trading saw a trading volume of 7,380 traded stocks with 495 transacted orders by close of London trading. The current ask price is at €1,567.80 and bids are at €1,566.60. The corporation’s shares climbed by 0.3% compared to previous day’s closing price.
The third most traded NASDAQ-100 share on Tradegate currently is Microsoft Corp. By close of trading on the LSE, 27,299 company stocks crossed the counter. So far, 379 orders have been registered. Shares are currently selling at €126.66, bids are coming in at €126.28. Since close of trading on previous day, Microsoft has seen its share price level out at -0.2%.
In fourth spot on Tradegate’s ranking of most traded NASDAQ-100 shares is Nvidia Corp. Today’s trading saw a trading volume of 12,127 traded company shares with 248 transacted orders by the closing bell in London. Shares are currently being sold for €168.78, with bids coming in at €168.12. Since yesterday’s close of trading, the share price has climbed by 1.1%.
On today’s trading, Tesla stocks secure fifth spot among NASDAQ-100 shares on Tradegate. Total traded company stocks came to 12,328 with 244 orders transacted by close of London trading. The current ask price is at €225.00, while bids are at €224.25. The share price has climbed by 0.9% since close of trading yesterday.
(Updated Friday, 11 October 2019, 21:01:08 GMT.)