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Bank of America, Microsoft and Intel Hit the Day with Highest Volumes

Bank of America, Microsoft and Intel Hit the Day with Highest Volumes

Negative sentiment dominated the Wall Street on Tuesday however following stocks traded with highest volume numbers. Bank of America Corporation (BAC) fell 1.92% to close at $8.93. Total of 146.43M… Read more »

Dow Jones Sustainers: Home Depot, Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer and Travelers Companies

Dow Jones Sustainers: Home Depot, Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer and Travelers Companies

DJIA was down by 101.37 points to 13,475 on Tuesday however four stocks out of 30 Dow Jones Components sustained and ended on positive note despite bearish sentiments. Details of… Read more »

Top Losing Stocks at Dow Jones: Caterpillar, Hewlett Packard and Alcoa

Top Losing Stocks at Dow Jones: Caterpillar, Hewlett Packard and Alcoa

Bears were on the move on Tuesday as the Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted 0.75 percent or 101.37 points for the day to 13,457.55. Standard & Poor’s 500 index fell… Read more »

Performing Dow Jones Components in Focus: Bank of America, Alcoa & Hewlett Packard

Performing Dow Jones Components in Focus: Bank of America, Alcoa & Hewlett Packard

Upbeat sentiments were seen at Wall Street on Tuesday as the Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped 0.52 percent or 69.07 to close at 13,323.36 for the day. Standard & Poor’s… Read more »

Corrections at Dow Jones: Kraft Foods, Home Depot and Cisco Systems

Corrections at Dow Jones: Kraft Foods, Home Depot and Cisco Systems

The Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped 0.52 percent or 69.07 to close at 13,323.36, however following stocks still remained lower despite bullish market. Kraft Foods Inc. (KFT) declined 1.09% to… Read more »

Jumpers in Review: Verizon, Wal Mart and Kraft Foods

Jumpers in Review: Verizon, Wal Mart and Kraft Foods

Despite negative sentiments in US stock markets following DJIA stocks gained on Tuesday. Dow Jones closed below 54.90 points to 13,035.94 for the day. Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ) surged 1.77%… Read more »

Top Falls at Dow Jones: Caterpillar, United Technologies and Dupont

Top Falls at Dow Jones: Caterpillar, United Technologies and Dupont

Correction was seen at Wall Street on Tuesday as the Dow Jones Industrial Average declined 0.42 percent or 54.90 to settle at 13,035.94. Standard & Poor’s 500 index dropped 1.64… Read more »

Dow Jones Falls in Focus: Caterpillar Inc, Intel and Cisco

Dow Jones Falls in Focus: Caterpillar Inc, Intel and Cisco

Negative sentiments were seen at Wall Street as Dow Jones declined 106.77 points or 0.81 percent to 13,000.71 on Thursday. The top decliners of the day are as follows: Caterpillar… Read more »

Volume Leaders at S&P 500 Index: Bank of America, Sprint Nextel and Intel Corp

Volume Leaders at S&P 500 Index: Bank of America, Sprint Nextel and Intel Corp

Investors traded on bearish sentiments on Thursday as the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 0.81 percent or 106.77 points to 13,000.71. Standard & Poor 500 index slipped 0.78 percent or… Read more »

Performing DJIA Components: Cisco, McDonald’s, United Technologies

Performing DJIA Components: Cisco, McDonald’s, United Technologies

Following stocks gained on Monday’s session and started the week on a positive note. The details are as follows: Cisco Systems, Inc. (CSCO) surged 0.83% to close at $19.36. The… Read more »

Major Losers at Dow Jones: Hewlett Packard, Alcoa and Bank of America

Major Losers at Dow Jones: Hewlett Packard, Alcoa and Bank of America

Following stocks remained red in yesterday’s session and posted decline more than 1 percent for the day. The details are as follows: Hewlett-Packard Company (HPQ) declined 2.10% to close at… Read more »

Winners at DJIA on Wednesday: Home Depot, Pfizer and Wal-Mart Store Inc.

Winners at DJIA on Wednesday: Home Depot, Pfizer and Wal-Mart Store Inc.

Indexes closed on mixed notes on Tuesday as DJIA rose to 13,172.14 by 0.02% or 2.71points. Whereas S&P 500 fell by 0.01% or 0.18points to 1,403.93 and Nasdaq dropped by… Read more »