Chicago, IL -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/17/2013 -- PennyPicks.net prowls the markets, sifts through hundreds of companies and picks those positioned to move and then presents them to you. Stocks with the greatest possibility of gains, period. We call it as we see it and we are real about it.Let’s have a look at today’s hot stocks: all companies SEVEN & I HOLDINGS C(OTCMKTS:SVNDY), Cielo S A(OTCMKTS:CIOXY), Koninklijke Ahold N.V. (ADR)(OTCMKTS:AHONY), MTN Group Ltd (ADR)(OTCMKTS:MTNOY)
SEVEN & I HOLDINGS C(OTCMKTS:SVNDY) stock is at $73.29, down -0.12%. The stock opened the last trading session at $73.89 and touched its highest price point at $73.89. Its lowest price point for the session stood at $73.05.
Its total trading volume is 28341 shares for the day, in comparison to its average trading volume of 10664 shares.
Seven & i Holdings Co., Ltd. operates convenience stores, superstores, department stores, and food supermarkets. The company operates in six segments: Convenience Store Operations, Superstore Operations, Department Store Operations, Food Services, Financial Services, and Others.
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Cielo S A(OTCMKTS:CIOXY) stock closed at $28 .19 up 0.82%. Its today’s volume is 48283 shares. The stock opened the session at $28.83 and touched its highest price point at $28.92.
The lowest price point for the stock stood at $27.78 whereas its 52 week price range stands at $21.90 - $31.44. The company has market capitalization is $21.98B.
Cielo S.A., through its subsidiaries, operates in the merchant acquiring and payment processing industry in Brazil. It provides services related to credit and debit cards, and other payment methods, as well as related services, such as signing up of merchants and service providers; rental, installation, and maintenance of point of sales equipment; and data capture and processing of electronic and manual transactions.
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Koninklijke Ahold N.V. (ADR)(OTCMKTS:AHONY) opened the session at $17.51 and remained in the $17.40 to $17.56 price range during the session. The stock is 0.81% up , at $17.51. Volume at the close was at 103492 shares with its average volume being 107254 shares.
Koninklijke Ahold NV (Ahold) is the Netherlands-based retail group. Through its subsidiaries the Company operates supermarkets, wine and liquor stores, convenience stores, online daily needs ordering and delivery platforms, drugstores and pharmacies.
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MTN Group Ltd (ADR)(OTCMKTS:MTNOY) traded in the range of $19.12 and $19.48 in its previous trading session. The stock recorded the volume of 79384 shares.
The stock opened at $19.17 and its closing price for the day was $19.31, up 0.94%.
MTN Group Limited (MTN) is a multinational telecommunications company offering mobile communication and related products and services to individuals and businesses on three continents. The Company’s principal activities include the provision of network information technology (IT) services, local, national and international telecommunications services
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