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Oct 18, 2019 1:01 PM ET

Dax® Stocks – Top 5 Executed Orders | Oct 18, 2019 13:01 GMT


Dax® Stocks – Top 5 Executed Orders | Oct 18, 2019 13:01 GMT

iCrowd Newswire - Oct 18, 2019

The stocks of Wirecard AG are the most actively traded among Dax shares (as of 17:01:07 GMT) according to Tradegate. By midday, 991,261 stocks were traded in 11,409 transacted orders. Shares are currently selling at €114.10, bids are coming in at €114.05. Wirecard saw a fall of -4.4% from its closing price on previous day’s 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.)

Allianz stocks achieved second place today among Dax shares on Tradegate. In all, 61,076 company stocks were traded in 744 transacted orders by noon. Current stocks are selling for €217.95, while bidding is at €217.50. Allianz’s shares climbed by 1.2% compared to previous day’s closing price.

The third most traded Dax share on Tradegate currently is Volkswagen AG. Up to midday, 78,526 shares changed hands in 735 transacted orders. So far, stocks are selling for €169.00, with bids coming in at €168.58. The VW share price climbed by 0.6% after end of trading yesterday.

Daimler stocks achieved fourth place today among Dax shares on Tradegate. 701 transactions with a total of 156,557 stocks were registered by noon. So far, stocks are selling for €48.40, with bids coming in at €48.32. Since close of trading yesterday, the company’s share price has climbed by 0.3%.

Fifth place among Dax shares traded on Tradegate is SAP SE. 597 transactions with a total of 45,771 company stocks were processed by midday. Shares are currently selling at €115.30 and bids are coming in at €115.02. SAP suffered a -0.7% loss from its level on previous trading day.

(Updated Friday, 18 October 2019, 17:01:07 GMT.)








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