New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/15/2013 -- Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) traded in the range of $27.95 and $28.16 during its latest trading session. The stock opened at $28.05 and is currently at $28.00, down 0.15 percent from its previous close of $28.04. Despite its down movement, the stock’s MACD chart shows bullish trend and the stock may go up to $28.26 level in the coming session. The stock is also trading above its short term moving average price of $27.92 and long term moving average price of $27.65. Its second resistance level is at $28.94. On the downside, the stock may tumble down to $27.30.
Microsoft deals in computer hardware and software.
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Dell Inc. (NASDAQ: DELL) stock is trading at $13.79, up 0.57 percent from its previous close of $13.71. The stock is up with the volume of 8.744 million, in comparison to its usual volume of 38.353 million shares. Dell stock opened the session at $13.70 and touched its highest price point at $13.80. Its lowest price point for the session stood at $13.68. The stock is currently in the bullish mode and is likely to continue the trend as shown by its MACD chart. Its first resistance level is $14.01.
Dell has decided to go private.
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