Today, Wirecard stocks are heading the pack in current trading among Dax shares (as of 11:02:05 GMT) according to Tradegate – Germany’s leading retail exchange. Today’s trading saw a trading volume of 68,416 traded company shares with 780 transacted orders shortly after start of London trading. Stocks are currently selling at €114.60, bids are in at €114.55. The company’s shares climbed by 0.5% compared to previous day’s closing price. (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 second most actively traded shares among Dax shares on Tradegate are Deutsche Bank AG. Today’s trading saw a trading volume of 369,291 traded shares with 362 transacted orders shortly after start of London trading. So far, shares are being sold for €6.52, bids are at €6.52. Since yesterday’s close of trading, the share price has risen by 0.3%.
Third place among Dax shares traded on Tradegate is Bayer AG. In all, 25,075 company shares were traded in 223 transacted orders shortly after start of trading in London. Stocks are currently selling for €69.21 and bids are coming in at €69.20. The Bayer share price fell by -0.3% from previous day’s close of trading.
On Tradegate Exchange, the shares of Deutsche Telekom AG came in at fourth place on today’s trading of Dax shares. Today’s trading saw a total of 96,628 traded stocks with 174 transacted orders shortly after start of trading on the LSE. The current ask price is at €15.64, while bids are at €15.64. The corporation took a hit of -1.1% compared to previous day’s closing price.
Fifth place among Dax shares traded on Tradegate is Fresenius SE & Co KGaA. Shortly after start of London trading, 24,547 company stocks were traded. To date, 172 orders have been processed. Currently, shares are selling at €47.53, with bids coming in at €47.52. The company’s share price has climbed by 1.1% since close of trading yesterday.
(Updated Friday, 01 November 2019, 11:02:05 GMT.)