Stocks Trading Flat: Nomura Holdings, Inc. (ADR) (NYSE:NMR), Sprint Nextel Corporation (NYSE:S), AK Steel Holding Corporation (NYSE:AKS)

Posted by Ryan Mandell April 23, 2013 0 Comment 746 views

Northern, WI 04/23/2013 (GDPInsider) –  Nomura Holdings, Inc. (ADR) (NYSE:NMR) opened trading at 7.68, the same level at its previous close. The stock is presently up 0.52% with a trading volume of 1.37 million shares. The day’s trading range is $7.64 and $7.72 and the stock is up 152.79% on its 52-week low, whilst down 4.22% on its 52-week high. Institutions own just 0.27% of the shares in ADR and there are 3.82 billion shares outstanding. The company has a market cap of $29.36 billion and presently employs over 34,395 people. The technical chart of the stock shows a steep jump beginning around the start of April 2013 and the stock currently has a RSI of 69.47.

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Sprint Nextel Corporation (NYSE:S) opened trading at $7.15 and is presently trading down 0.03%. The day’s trading range for Sprint Nextel Corp. is $7.14 and $7.19. The company is currently the target of a $25 billion acquisition by DISH Network; however, analysts cite the presence of complications that could hamper the deal.  Analysts have a set a target price for the stock at $6.67 and EPS next year is expected to rise by 76.10%. The stock is trading 17.01% above its 50-day moving average and 10.42% above its 20-day moving average.

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AK Steel Holding Corporation (NYSE:AKS) opened the day’s trading at $3.00 and is currently trading 1.37% below its previous close of $2.92. Volume is 2.65 million shares and the day’s trading range is $2.86 and $3.01. Analysts have set a target price of $5.10 and the stock currently has a RSI of 31.41. The technical chart shows a southward trend which has been evident since mid-February 2013. The stock is down 18.61% on its 50-day moving average and also down 7.48% on its 20-day moving average. AK Steel Holding Corporation reported a smaller loss than expected at its last earnings call. This says the company was a result of lower input costs.

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