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Pre-Market Analysis on Newell Rubbermaid, Jarden, Ecolab, and Church & Dwight

LONDON, April 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

While markets remain restrained the previous week, consumer goods sector showed good trends. Demand is on the rise thanks to robust job growth numbers and better-than-expected economic growth rate. Major stocks like Newell Rubbermaid Inc. (NYSE: NWL), Jarden Corp (NYSE: JAH) of the Housewares & Accessories industry and Ecolab Inc. (NYSE: ECL) and Church & Dwight Co. Inc. (NYSE: CHD) from the Cleaning Products industry remained in a bullish mode. The Consumer Goods sector is expected to keep up its positive trend. Overall, markets are likely to remain subdued with a mild bullish flavor. StockCall has posted free technical research on NWL, JAH, ECL, and CHD which can be downloaded upon sign up at

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Newell Rubbermaid Inc. closed its Thursday's trading session at $26.10, up 1.68 percent from its previous close. The stock traded in the range of $25.58 and $26.11 with volume of 3.35 million shares in the session. It is likely to face its first resistance level at $26.40 and upon breaching this level the stock may go up to $26.65. On the downside, Newell Rubbermaid may tumble to $25.83 level. The stock is highly volatile as it sports the beta of 1.72. In 2013, it gained 19.62 percent whereas in the past 52 weeks, it gained 46.55 percent of its value. The stock is in a bullish mode. Sign up and read the complimentary report on NWL at

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Jarden Corp.'s stock is in the green for its YTD returns with 27.64 percent despite closing its latest trading session 0.42 percent down. The stock traded in the range of $42.70 and $43.23 and closed at $42.85. However, it traded higher-than-average number of shares at 1.11 million. The stock is in a bullish mode and is likely to revert to its upward ascent in the coming sessions. Its first resistance level is at $44.01 and it may test the support level of $42.14 in the coming sessions. The free report on JAH can be downloaded by signing up now at

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In-line with the upward trend shown by broad market indices, Ecolab Inc.'s stock finished 2.35 percent up at $80.18, with volume up from daily average of 1.19 million to 1.30 million. The stock is up so far in 2013 with its year-to-date gain at 13.28 percent. The cleaning products maker's stock currently shows a bullish trend which is further confirmed by its MACD chart. It has its first support level at $79.24, while its first resistance level stands at $81.02. Upon breaching this level, the stock may go as high as $81.27. Free report on ECL can be accessed by registering at

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Church & Dwight Co. Inc. closed its Thursday's trading session at $64.63, up 1.75 percent from its previous close. The stock shows a bullish trend but currently it is in the overbought territory with Relative Strength Index of 74.41. It is likely to face a slight pullback in the coming trading sessions and may find support at $63.43. Upon breaching this level, it may go down to $62.14 level. The company traded 744,433 shares during the session, and its stock oscillated in the range of $63.32 and $64.69, creating a new 52-week high. The stock has appreciated 31.39 percent in the past 52 weeks. Register with StockCall and download the research on CHD for free at

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