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LONDON, March 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

On Wednesday, March 26, 2014, the NASDAQ Composite finished at 4,173.58, down 1.43%, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell by 0.60% to close the session at 16,268.99, and the S&P 500 ended the day at 1,852.56, down 0.70%. The losses were broad based with nine out of ten sectors ending the session in negative. The S&P 500 Utilities Sector Index finished the day at 206.50, down 0.40%, while the same has advanced 1.42% in the last one month.
Investor-Edge has initiated coverage on the following equities: Portland General Electric Co. (NYSE: POR), Brookfield Infrastructure Partners L.P. (NYSE: BIP), The Southern Co. (NYSE: SO) and Duke Energy Corp. (NYSE: DUK). Free technical research on POR, BIP, SO and DUK can be downloaded upon signing up at:

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Shares in Portland General Electric Co. recorded a trading volume of 0.46 million shares, as compared with a three months average volume of 0.54 million shares. The stock ended the day at $31.58, down 1.19%, after vacillating between $31.57 and $32.09. Shares of the company traded at a PE ratio of 23.39. Portland General Electric Co.'s shares have declined 2.32% in the previous three trading sessions, while the same has gained 0.10% in the last one month and 4.57% on YTD basis. The company's stock is trading above its 50-day and 200-day moving averages of $30.85 and $29.98, respectively. Additionally, shares of the company are trading at a Relative Strength Index (RSI) of 55.36. Sign up today to read free research on POR at:

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On Wednesday, shares in Brookfield Infrastructure Partners LP finished the session 0.08% higher at $38.99. A total of 0.27 million shares were traded, which is above the three months average volume of 0.26 million. The stock fluctuated between $38.96 and $39.20 during the session. Brookfield Infrastructure Partners LP's stock has fallen by 0.13% in the previous three trading sessions and 0.59% on YTD basis, while the same has advanced 6.85% in the last one month. The stock is trading above its 50-day and 200-day moving averages of $37.38 and $37.40, respectively. Moreover, the stock is trading at an RSI of 64.92. Sign up today to read free research on BIP at:

http://www.investor-edge.com/516-BIP-27Mar2014.pdf

Shares in The Southern Co. reported a trading volume of 4.57 million shares, as compared with a three months average volume of 4.34 million shares. The stock ended the day at $43.15, down 0.64% and at an intraday range of $43.15 and $43.55. Shares of the company traded at a PE ratio of 15.92. The Southern Co.'s shares have gained 0.54% in the previous three trading sessions, 2.74% in the last month and 4.96% on YTD basis. The stock is trading above its 50-day and 200-day moving averages of $41.96 and $42.20, respectively. Furthermore, the stock is trading at an RSI of 65.08. Sign up today to read free research on SO at:

http://www.investor-edge.com/516-SO-27Mar2014.pdf

On Wednesday, shares in Duke Energy Corp. edged 0.60% lower to close the day at $69.50. The stock recorded trading volume of 3.28 million shares as compared to a three months average volume of 3.22 million shares. The stock oscillated between $69.44 and $70.25 during the trading session. Shares of the company traded at a PE ratio of 16.00. Duke Energy Corp.'s shares have advanced 0.61% in the previous three trading sessions and 0.71% on YTD basis, while the shares have lost 1.95% in the last one month. The stock is trading below its 50-day moving average. Duke Energy Corp.'s 50-day moving average of $69.87 is above its 200-day moving average of $69.10. Furthermore, the stock is trading at an RSI of 49.18.
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http://www.investor-edge.com/516-DUK-27Mar2014.pdf

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