Sharesight20NZX weekly top 20 NZX trades – 9th November 2020
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In this Sharesight20NZX weekly snapshot of Sharesight users' 20 most traded stocks on the NZX, buy trades were once again led by a2 Milk (NZX: ATM) and the Smartshares NZ Top 50 ETF (NZX: FNZ), with some investors flocking to a2 due to the dip in its share price. Sell trades were strongly led by Metlifecare (NZX: MET), which delisted from the NZX and ASX last week due to a takeover bid by Swedish firm EQT Infrastructure.
Top 20 NZX trades last week
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