New York (December 28th, 2012) - Gafisa SA (NYSE: GFA) stock closed its latest trading session at $4.48, up 1.82 percent from its previous close of $4.40. The stock traded up with the volume of 2.236 million. Gafisa stock opened the session at $4.37 and touched its highest price point at $4.62. Its lowest price point for the session stood at $4.36.
The stock is currently in the bullish mode and is likely to continue the trend as shown by its MACD chart. It may go as high as $4.65 in the coming trading sessions. Gafisa develops residential buildings in Brazil.
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General Motors Company (NYSE: GM) opened at $27.74 and oscillated in the range of $27.42 and $27.99 in the current trading session. It closed at $27.96, up 1.23 percent from its previous close of $27.62. General Motors shows bullish trend and the stock’s first resistance level is at $28.39. On the downside, it may slip to $27.49. Upon breaching this level, the stock may touch $26.15.
General Motors manufactures and market automotives including trucks, crossovers and cars. The company also provides financing services. General Motors is based out of Detroit in Michigan and it was formed in 1908.
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