Excel Maritime Carriers Ltd (NYSE:EXM) up by 34.55%, Medora Corp (OTCBB:XUII)
Miami, FL 05/16/2013 (GDPInsider) – Excel Maritime Carriers Ltd (NYSE:EXM) is trading up by 34.55% to $0.563, in a range of $0.43 and $0.69. About 4.12 million shares have already exchanged hands in the current session this compares to an average volume of 1.21 million over a period of 30 days. With the current surge in the current session the stock has crossed its 200 days long moving average of $0.55, and is heading towards the short 50 days moving average of $0.67. The stock with the today’s upsurge is looking strong, and has moved above its lows.
The company deals in providing sea borne transportation services worldwide for drybulk cargo which includes, grain, iron ore and coal, collectively referred to as major bulks, and fertilizers, steel products, bauxite, cement scrap metal and sugar collectively referred to as minor bulks. The net profit margin of the company is -58.95% and the operating profit margin is -47.05%, looking at these profitability ratios we get to know that the company is sitting on losses. The Earnings per share of the company is -$3.06 and the price to sales ratio of the company is 0.02 while the price to book ratio is 0.10.
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Medora Corp (OTCBB:XUII) is trading down by 6.91% to $0.310, in a range of $0.29 and $0.35. About 8.13 million shares have already exchanged hands in the current session this compares to an average volume of 13.12 million over a period of 30 days. The stock has given a return of 56.08% in the previous 5 trading session and 212% of return in the last one month. The year to date performance is 212%. Thousands of the investors who had suffered loss in the stock has joined the lawsuit as additional plaintiffs, filed by George Sharp a private citizen. The company through its website xumanii.com provides with online live content streaming services.
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