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The Share Centre

Top of the stocks, 18 September

Written by: The Share Centre on September 19th 2012

Category: Investments, Reports, Shares

The highest number of trades completed at The Share Centre.

Top customer buys 18/09/2012

Aviva
Vodafone
Glencore International
Gulf Keystone Petroleum
Volex
Oxus Gold
Barclays
Xcite Energy
Sirius Minerals
BP

Top customer sells 18/09/2012

Barclays
Glencore International
Gulf Keystone Petroleum
Royal Bank of Scotland
Lloyds Banking
Xcite Energy
New World Oil & Gas
Aviva
Falkland Oil & Gas
Condor Gold

 

Ratio of buys to sells – 60:40

Top trades should not be taken as a recommendation to buy or sell and it is not intended as advice.  Top trades is only an indication of the buying and selling movements from some of The Share Centre customers during the time frame stated.

 

Tags: Aviva, Barclays, BP, Condor Gold, Falkland Oil & Gas, Glencore International, Gulf Keystone Petroleum, Lloyds Banking, New World Oil & Gas, Oxus Gold, Royal Bank of Scotland, Sirius Minerals, Vodafone, Volex, Xcite Energy

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