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Technical Study: Williams Companies, Kinder Morgan Energy, U.S. Silica, and James River Coal

LONDON, July 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

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The U.S. equity market posted gains for the third consecutive session on Monday, July 8, 2013. All three benchmark indexes edged higher as investors prepared themselves for the latest earnings season. The S&P 500 rose 0.53% to close at 1,640.46. Shares in the basic materials sector ended mostly higher on Monday, tracking gains in the broader market. The major movers in the sector included Williams Companies Inc. (NYSE: WMB), Kinder Morgan Energy Partners L.P. (NYSE: KMP), U.S. Silica Holdings Inc. (NYSE: SLCA), and James River Coal Company (NASDAQ: JRCC). free coverage on WMB, KMP, SLCA, and JRCC is available upon registration at:  

Shares in Williams Companies, Inc. rose sharply on Monday, tracking gains in the broader market. The company's shares oscillated between $32.81 and $33.26 before finishing the day 1.77% higher at $33.26. A total of 3.34 million shares were traded which is less than the daily average volume of 8.37 million. Williams Companies' shares have fallen 10.59% in the last three months. Download free technical research on WMB by signing up at:

Kinder Morgan Energy Partners L.P.'s stock moved higher on Monday, closing at $86.20, up 1.08% from its previous closing price. The company's shares fluctuated between $85.09 and $86.44. A total of 726,821 shares were traded which is below the daily average volume of 1.39 million. Kinder Morgan's shares are currently trading above their 50-day and 200-day moving averages. Register now and get access to free analysis on KMP at:

Shares in U.S. Silica Holdings Inc. rallied on Monday, extending their gains from previous trading sessions. The company's shares ended the day 3.37% higher at $21.78 after oscillating between $21.05 and $21.85. A total of 1.20 million shares were traded which is below the daily average volume of 1.49 million. The company's shares have gained 4.46% in the last three trading sessions. Sign up and read our complimentary report on SLCA at:

James River Coal Company's stock rose sharply on Monday, reversing most of its recent losses. The company's shares finished the day 4.02% higher at $1.81 after fluctuating between $1.72 and $1.83. A total of 744,419 shares were traded which is below the daily average volume of 1.08 million. The company's shares have declined 0.55% in the last three trading sessions but have gained 9.04% in the past three months. The free report on JRCC can be downloaded by signing up now at:



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