Rebounding Stocks: Mpg Office Trust Inc. (NYSE:MPG), National Bank of Greece (ADR) (NYSE:NBG), Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NYSE:AMD)
Northern, WI 04/25/2013 (GDPInsider) – Mpg Office Trust Inc. (NYSE:MPG) started trading today at $3.16 and has moved sharply northwards, trading at 21.15%. The trading range is $3.14 and $3.18 and the stock is up 89.76% on its 52-week low. Technical charts show fluctuating movements since February but the stock has been showing a northward sloping move in recent days. Trading volume is 7.27 million and there are 57.25 million shares outstanding. Insider transactions are down 12.26% whilst Institution transactions account for 75.42%. The stock has shown marginally positive trading on moving averages and is currently up 18.00% on its 50-day moving average and 6.72% up on its 20-day moving average.
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National Bank of Greece (ADR) (NYSE:NBG) opened trading at $0.88 and is presently trading up 17.40%. The trading volume for the stock is 3.44 million and the trading range is $0.85 and $0.98. National bank of Greece is the country’s largest lender and recently tabled plans for a shareholder vote on the bank’s $12.68 billion recapitalization plans. These plans have been postponed due to a lack of shareholder presence to effect the voting. The vote has been rescheduled for April 29 when a quorum of 20 percent will be required. The stock is currently trading up on its 20-day moving average by 13.54% but is down 12.65% on its 50-day moving average.
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Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NYSE:AMD) started the day’s trading at $2.63 and the stock is presently up 1.92% with a trading range of $2.63 and $2.68. AMD recently beat expectations and although the company has seen declining revenues as a result of a generally weak PC market, sales of its server CPU has risen quarter on quarter. EPS is expected to rise by 84.80% and the stock is presently trading 7.03% above its 50-day moving average. The technical chart shows a steady line with mild fluctuations and there has been a slight northward slope for much of April.
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