January 19th, 2022 | 14:51 CET
Trading shares in focus: BrainChip, Gazprom, Saturn Oil + Gas
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Profiteer of the chip shortage
The technology company BrainChip is again among the top stocks with the most order executions at Tradegate. Over 2,400 transactions were counted by midday. At a price of EUR 1.609, the share can record an increase of 25.7% compared to the previous day and is thus also one of the top gainers of the day. Also in demand today are the shares of Gazprom. At a price of EUR 7.265, there is an increase of 4.83%.
Experts with a ''Buy'' recommendation
The oil price is causing rising profits for crude oil producers on the commodities market. The WTI crude oil has meanwhile climbed to a new high of over USD 86.00. For this reason, another energy stock is also in the focus of investors: the Canadian oil company Saturn Oil & Gas. With the level of EUR 2.74, the shares are already gaining around 2.00% today. The experts of GBC Research recently increased in their Update their price target to CAD 12.17 and rated it 'Buy'.
On Feb. 17, 2022, BrainChip and Saturn Oil & Gas board members will present at the 'International Investment Forum - IIF' and provide insights to investors. (Free registration: ii-forum.com).
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