D-MARKET Electronic Services & Trading (HEPS) gains 1.89% in Light Trading on September 28


D-MARKET Electronic Services & Trading – ADR (NASDAQ: HEPS) shares gained 1.89%, or $ 0.13 per share, to close at $ 7.01 on Tuesday. After opening the day at $ 6.85, shares of D-MARKET Electronic Services & Trading have fluctuated between $ 7.07 and $ 6.76. 806,594 shares traded hands, down from their 30-day average of 921,900. Tuesday’s activity brought the market cap of D-MARKET Electronic Services & Trading to $ 2,004,848,013.

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