|By PR Newswire||
|April 19, 2013 08:00 AM EDT||
LONDON, April 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Mixed quarterly earnings reports took the toll on markets and the major indices closed in the red. Jobless claims also showed marginal increase last week. The consumer goods sector remained under pressure where major companies including Titan International Inc. (NYSE: TWI), Blyth Inc. (NYSE: BTH) ended Thursday's session marginally lower. Nu Skin Enterprises Inc. (NYSE: NUS), Crown Holdings Inc. (NYSE: CCK), and Westport Innovations Inc. (NASDAQ: WPRT), on the other hand, closed higher in yesterday's trading session. StockCall has released free charting and technical research on these aforementioned companies. Register to read these reports at
Titan International Inc. closed yesterday's session with a mild downward movement, accompanied with below average volume. The stock ended at $19.03, down 0.42 percent from its previous close. It traded in the range of $18.83 and $19.22 during the session. Titan International is highly volatile as it commands beta of 2.27. The company's current market capitalization stands at $1.02 billion. The stock has declined 10.49 percent on a YTD basis while its 52 weeks loss stands at 19.23 percent. Sign up for the free report on TWI at
Nu Skin Enterprises Inc. zoomed up with above average volume to end its latest session at $50.50. The stock ended 1.96 percent higher than its previous close. Its volume for the day stood at 1.43 million shares. The stock is currently trading lower than its 20-day SMA of $50.59 and its 50-day SMA of $50.58, showing a neutral trend. Its first resistance level is at $50.72 while it may tumble down to $49.47 before receiving any support. The company's stock is up 42.9 percent on a YTD basis, while offering 2.38 percent dividend yield. NUS free technical report can be accessed by signing up at
Blyth Inc. sank in Thursday's trading session. The stock closed 0.12 percent lower at $16.27 with below average volume of 134,142 shares, showing a neutral trend. Blyth has its first support level at $15.40. Upon breaching this level, its next support level is at $14.66. The company has its 52-week high price point at $46.15, while its 52-week low stands at $12.66. It commands market capitalization of $259.99 million. The company is trading marginally above its short-term and long-term average price, further confirming this neutral trend. Free report on BTH can be accessed by registering at
Crown Holdings Inc. ended its latest trading session at $40.23, down 0.69 percent from its previous close. With its latest downward movement, the stock is now up 10.1 percent on a YTD basis, while its 52 weeks gain stands at 9.98 percent. Crown's stock oscillated in the range of $40.08 and $42.00 during the session. It traded 1.88 million shares and shows a neutral trend. The stock may touch $40.39 in the coming trading sessions. Upon breaching this level, its next resistance level is at $40.78. Register with StockCall and download the research on CCK for free at
Westport Innovations Inc.'s stock is up 8.87 percent on a YTD basis, thanks to its 1.00 percent gain in the previous trading session. The stock closed at $28.22 after trading in the range of $27.50 and $28.24. The stock shows a neutral streak and may touch $28.31 level. Its second resistance level is at $29.54. It traded 653,416 shares during Thursday's session, down from its average trading volume of 933,720 million. Westport declined 25.01 percent in the past 52 weeks but has shown some recovery so far in 2013. It is currently trading below its short-term moving average price of $28.61. Read the full free research on WPRT by signing up to StockCall at
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