Here are the 3 most heavily traded ASX 200 shares on Tuesday

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a group of three people carry a large block to line it up in ascending order with two other blocks nearby.

The S&P/ASX 200 Index (ASX: XJO) has dipped as we head towards the end of this Tuesday’s trading session. After some initial bouncing around this morning, the ASX 200 has now decisively fallen by 0.62% and is now sitting at around 6,645 points. 

But rather than trying to figure all of that out, let’s instead take a look at the shares that are currently at the top of the ASX 200’s trading volume charts, according to investing.com.

The 3 most traded ASX 200 shares by volume this Tuesday

South32 Ltd (ASX: S32)

ASX 200 diversified mining company South32 is our first share to check out today. So far this Tuesday, a hefty 12.31 million South32 shares have been bought and sold.

We haven’t had any news or announcements out of the company today, so we can probably blame South32’s volatile share price movements themselves for this volume. As it currently goes, South32 is down a painful 1.58% at $3.425 after initially rising to $3.56 a share this morning.

Pilbara Minerals Ltd (ASX: PLS)

Pilbara Minerals is next up this Tuesday. So far today, a sizeable 14.46 million of this ASX 200 lithium producer’s shares have traded owners. Again, we seem to have a very similar situation to South32 happening with this company. Pilbara initially rose this morning to $2.50 a share but is now down by 2.87% at $2.37 a share.

Lake Resources N.L. (ASX: LKE)

Our third and final share today is another ASX 200 lithium stock in Lake Resources. A whopping 28.85 million Lake shares have now changed hands as it currently stands. We don’t have to look too far for this one.

Lake Resources shares have rocketed today. The company is presently up by an eye-popping 11.52% at 69.7 cents a share. As my Fool colleague Zach covered earlier, this rise comes despite no news out of Lake Resources today whatsoever.

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