Stamford, CT -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/01/2014 -- Wall Street Pennies is engaged in providing the most up to date and useful information on the Best Penny Stocks that are poised to breakout. Our penny stock newsletter alerts the market with picks that Wall Street stock traders have ignored or haven’t found out about yet. Here are some of the most awesome penny stocks we came up with that the ‘underground penny stock experts’ are always bragging about in their penny stock newsletters. Have a look on today’s market movers: Apartment Investment and Management Co.(NYSE:AIV), AFLAC Incorporated(NYSE:AFL), United Bankshares, Inc.(NASDAQ:UBSI), Manulife Financial Corporation (USA)(NYSE:MFC)
Apartment Investment and Management Co.(NYSE:AIV) ended higher +0.50% and complete the day at $27.97. The total number of shares changed hands during the day was 2.21 million. After opening at $27.55, the stock hit as high as $28.10.However, it traded between $24.78 and $33.44 over the last twelve months. Apartment Investment and Management Company is a real estate investment manager. The firm engages in the acquisition, ownership, management, and redevelopment of apartment properties. It invests in real estate markets of United States.
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AFLAC Incorporated(NYSE:AFL) closed yesterday at $62.78, a -0.66% decrease. Around 2.20 million shares were traded, higher from an-average trading volume of 2.09 million shares. The company is now valued at around $29.26 billion. Aflac Incorporated, through its subsidiary, American Family Life Assurance Company of Columbus, provides supplemental health and life insurance products.
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United Bankshares, Inc.(NASDAQ:UBSI) moved -0.76 percent lower at $29.89 and traded between $29.51 and $30.45 after opening the day at $29.70. Its performance over the last five days remained 0.84%, which stands at -4.96% for a month. Going back further than one month, 1-year performance after recent close was 15.85%. United Bankshares, Inc., through its subsidiaries, provides commercial and retail banking services and products in the United States.
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Manulife Financial Corporation (USA)(NYSE:MFC) shares slipped, falling -1.39 percent to close at $18.43. The stock is down around -6.59% this year and 25.29% for the last 12 months. Around 2.12 million shares changed hands yesterday, lower from an-average trading volume of 2.19 million shares. Manulife Financial Corporation, together with its subsidiaries, provides financial protection and wealth management products and services to individual, corporate, and business customers primarily in Asia, Canada, and the United States.
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