News Corp. (NASDAQ: NWSA) opened at $27.70 and oscillated in the range of $27.41 and $27.94 in the latest trading session. It is currently at $27.56, up 1.29 percent from its previous close of $27.21. News Corp. shows bullish trend and the stock’s first resistance level is at $27.83. Upon breaching this level, the stock may touch $28.05. On the downside, it may slip to $26.54. News Corp. has traded 13.368 million shares so far and the stock touched its new 52 weeks high of $27.94 in this trading session.
News Corp is based out of New York and it is a diversified media company.
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Sirius XM Radio Inc. (NASDAQ: SIRI) stock is at $3.16, up 0.16 percent from its previous close of $3.15. The stock shows bullish trend as it made the up move with trading volume of 15.411 million shares, in contrast to the average daily trading volume of 68.511 million shares. Its bullish trend is further confirmed by its MACD chart and the stock is also trading higher than its 6 days EMA of $3.13. The stock may go as high as $3.28 in its coming trading sessions.
Sirius XM Radio announced the launch of its Morning Show with Pete Dominick.
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