Here are the 10 most-bought stocks on the interactive investor platform during the morning trading session of 21 March 2022.
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Buy trades as a percentage of total trades (%)
|Polymetal International (LSE:POLY)||82|
|Lloyds Banking Group (LSE:LLOY)||29|
|scottish mortgage (LSE:SMT)||75|
|Rolls-Royce Holdings (LSE:RR.)||72|
|Boohoo Group (LSE:BOO)||67|
|Ted Baker (LSE:TED)||57|
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