New York (March 19th, 2013) - First Horizon National Corporation (NYSE: FHN) traded in the range of $10.96 and $11.15 during its latest trading session. The stock opened at $11.06 and is currently at $10.99, down 0.09 percent from its previous close of $11.00. Despite its down movement, the stock’s MACD chart shows bullish trend and the stock may go up to $11.32 level in the coming session. The bullish trend is likely to continue for the midterm time period. The stock has traded 1.23 million shares so far.
First Horizon National’s regular daily trading volume stands at 2.73 million shares. The company offers banking and financial services.
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iShares Dow Jones US Home Construction (NYSE: ITB) is trading at $23.83, down 0.29 percent from its previous close of $23.90. The ETF is down with the volume of 4.648 million units, in comparison to its usual volume of 4.055 million units. iShares Dow Jones US Home opened the session at $24.16 and touched its highest price point at $24.35, which is also its new 52 weeks high price point. Its lowest price point for the session stood at $23.83.
The fund is in the bullish mode and is likely to continue the trend as shown by its MACD chart.
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