New York (March 20th, 2013) - Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) is showing neutral trend as it traded in the range of $25.78 and $26.69 during its latest trading session. The stock had opened at $26.68 and is at $26.09, down 1.73 percent from its previous close of $26.55. Facebook recorded the volume of 22.712 million shares, while its average daily trading volume stands at 57.312 million shares. The stock may tumble down to $25.75 level. On the up side, the stock may go as high as $26.35 in the coming trading sessions.
Facebook offers online social platform. It also provides advertising services.
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Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) stock is trading at $28.22, up 0.14 percent from its previous close of $28.18. The stock is up with the volume of 14.007 million, in comparison to its usual volume of 47.049 million shares. Microsoft stock opened the session at $28.31 and touched its highest price point at $28.49. Its lowest price point for the session stood at $28.19.
The stock is currently in the bullish mode and is likely to continue the trend as shown by its MACD chart. It is also trading in line with its hort term moving average price of $28.22.
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