Top ten trades: Monday 3 October 2011 (until noon)

TD Waterhouse names the UK's most traded UK-listed companies for the morning of Monday 3 October 2011.

 Top ten trades: Monday 3 October 2011 (until noon)

Top ten trades
Monday 3 October 2011

Source: TD Waterhouse

TD Waterhouse view:

Orogen Gold Plc enters the top ten buys, accounting for 6.6%, after reporting that soil sampling results indicate the potential for extensions to its deposits in the Deli Jovan area of Serbia.

Afren entered today’s top ten buys and sells tables as a new entry to both, accounting for 4.2% and 5.8% respectively after its share price dropped by 4% today.
1. Barclays, 21.4 per cent
2. Lloyds, 14.8 per cent
3. RBS, 13.9 per cent
4. Aviva, 10.9 per cent
5. Gulf Keystone, 9.8 per cent
6. Xstrata, 7 per cent
7. Orogen Gold, 6.6 per cent
8. ARM, 6.3 per cent
9. Rio Tinto, 5.1 per cent
10. Afren, 4.2 per cent

1. Lloyds, 20.9 per cent
2. Orogen Gold, 17.9 per cent
3. RBS, 11.5 per cent
4. Barclays, 10.5 per cent
5. Sefton Resources, 7.9 per cent
6= Gulf Keystone, 6.8 per cent
6= BP, 6.8 per cent
8. Angle, 6.3 per cent
9= Afren, 5.8 per cent
9= Vodafone, 5.8 per cent

The top ten buys and sells should not be taken as a recommendation to buy or sell any particular bond or stock, and it is not intended to offer any form of advice. Instead it is simply an indication of the general buying and selling trends amongst some TD Waterhouse customers, observed during the period stated.

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