SUPERVALU INC. (NYSE:SVU) up by 3.09%, Arch Coal Inc (NYSE:ACI)

Posted by Lacee Page May 6, 2013 0 Comment 9529 views


SUPERVALU INC. (NYSE:SVU) traded up 3.09% on last day of the week, and closed at $6.34. The stock traded in the band of $6.14 and $6.42 and the range for the 52-week is $1.68 and $6.42. The share’s 50-day moving average is currently $4.84 and currently the stock is 33.27% above its 50-days moving average indicating a bullish sentiment amongst the investors. The market capitalization of the company is $1.35 billion, and has a negative EPS of -$1.10. The analysts are expecting a price of $4.68 for the share and are forecasting a positive growth of 5.57% in the EPS of the company over the coming year. The moving average 200 days is trading below the moving average of 50 days further reflecting a bullish sign for the stock. The RELATIVE STRENGTH INDEX of the stock is 76.13 reflecting a little room for upside since it has entered into an overbought region and thereafter get a resistance at some key levels to then fall back. The stock is trading above all the key short term averages.

The company commenced a tender offer of its 8.00% Senior Notes for up to $300 million due May 1, 2016.

Arch Coal Inc (NYSE:ACI) traded up 4.53% on last day of the week, and closed at $5.08. The stock traded in the band of $4.92 and $5.11 and the range for the 52-week is $4.47 and $8.86. The share’s 50-day moving average is currently $5.18 and currently the stock is 2.16% below its 50-days moving average reflecting a negative sentiment amongst the investors. The market capitalization of the company is $1.08 billion, and has a negative EPS of -$3.58. The analysts are expecting a price of $6.95 for the share and are forecasting a positive growth of 54.30% in the EPS of the company over the coming year. The moving average 200 days is trading above the moving average of 50 days further reflecting a bearish sign for the stock. The RELATIVE STRENGTH INDEX of the stock is 51.30 reflecting a further space for downside before it enters into an oversold region and thereafter get a support at some key levels to then bounce back. In order to give a gain the stock needs to get above all the key short term averages.


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