First Derivatives plc Share Price

First Derivatives plc competes in the Commercial Services sector and Financial Publishing/Services industry. It is headquartered in Newry, GB and is traded on the Euronext Dublin, through the symbol GYQ-ID.

Previous Close:
€33.75 -0.0203% (February 22nd, 2021)

Latest Share Trading Activity for First Derivatives plc

Day Open:
€33.75(previous open €33.75)
Day High:
€33.75(previous high €33.75)
Day Low:
€33.75(previous low €33.75)

About First Derivatives plc

Company Description
First Derivatives Plc provides software and consulting services. The company is primarily involved in the provision of a range of software and consulting services to the investment bank market, the derivatives technology industry and the provision of technology sales services to the IT sector. It focuses on financial institutions that work cross-asset, often with multi-system or high volume trading activities. The company designs, develops, implements and supports a broad range of mission critical data and trading systems across front, middle and back-office operations. It offers a wide range of services within four key areas: consulting, support, technology and third party products. First Derivatives was founded by Brian Gerard Conlon in 1996 and is headquartered in Newry, the United Kingdom.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Seamus Declan Keating
Postal Address
3 Canal Quay Northern Newry GB
Phone Number

First Derivatives plc Historic Prices and Volume

Issue CountryIE
52 Week Range€24.60 - €37.40
52 Week Change-€0.03
50 Day Moving Average€33.48
200 Day Moving Average€32.81
Average 10 Day Volume21
Average 30 Day Volume17
5 Day % Change3%
30 Day % Change5%
3 Month % Change7%
6 Month % Change7%
1 Year % Change-3%
2 Year % Change25%
5 Year % Change73%
Year To Date % Change5%

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