New York (April 19th, 2013) - Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) traded in the range of $29.63 and $30.24 during its latest trading session. The stock had opened at $29.63 and is at $29.78, up 3.44 percent from its previous close of $28.79. Microsoft recorded the volume of 67.045 million shares. Its average daily trading volume stands at 47.585 million shares.
Its MACD chart shows bullish trend and the stock is trading above its very short term SMA price of $29.75. The stock has lost 4.08 percent of its value in the past 52 weeks. The company is based out of Seattle in Washington.
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Dell Inc. (NASDAQ: DELL) stock is at $13.44, down 3.66 percent from its previous close of $13.95. The stock opened the session at $13.44 and touched its highest price point at $13.51. Dell stock’s lowest price point for the session stood at $13.40. It is also trading below its short term and medium term SMA price of $13.46 and $13.45 respectively, confirming neutral trend.
Dell’s market capitalization stands at $23.48 billion and its stock displays high volatility with beta of 1.41. The company is based out of Texas.
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