VANADIUM ONE ENERGY O.N. (9VR1) Moved Up 29.09% on Nov 24

Date: Nov 27, 2017
Shares of VANADIUM ONE ENERGY O.N. (FRA:9VR1) last traded at 0.071, representing a move of 29.09%, or 0.016 per share, on volume of 12,500 shares. After opening the trading day at 0.05, shares of VANADIUM ONE ENERGY O.N. traded in a close range. VANADIUM ONE ENERGY O.N. currently has a total float of shares and on average sees shares exchange hands each day. The stock now has a 52-week low of 0.03 and high of 0.15.

What Makes The German Commerce?

With Germany being considered by the World Trade Organization (WTO) as the biggest exporter of goods worldwide, it is no longer surprising why the German Stock Exchange is one of the most important stock exchanges that make or break global commerce. Companies like VANADIUM ONE ENERGY O.N. enjoy to be the part of German stock exchange.

German Stock Exchange

The German Stock Exchange consists of eight stock exchanges located throughout Germany. VANADIUM ONE ENERGY O.N. were included in one of its units as well. The biggest component of the German Stock Exchange is the Frankfurt Stock Exchange or the FWB Frankfurter Wertpapierbörse, which is owned and operated by Deutsche Börse in Frankfurt. These companies listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange alone represent 80% of the overall market capitalization in Germany.
The second largest component of the German Stock Exchange is the Stuttgart Stock Exchange or the Börse Stuttgart. Most financial companies are listed here.

Other major components of the German Stock Exchange include the Börse Berlin-Bremen, the BÖAG Börsen AG, and the Hamburg Stock Exchange or the Hamburger Börse.

The Börse Berlin-Bremen, which is located in Berlin-Charlottenburg, was established in 2003 from the union of the Berlin Stock Exchange and the Börse Bremen.

Meanwhile, the BÖAG Börsen AG, which oversees trade in Hamburg and Hanover, was established in 1999 from the union of the Hamburg Stock Exchange and the Hanover Stock Exchange.

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