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Stocks Execution Prices – 12.06.2012

U.S. stocks staged a comeback rally though they continued to take their direction from Europe’s debt market, closing the day up by more than 1% as Spanish bond yields came off earlier highs. A late rally in European indices at the end of Tuesday’s trading session was led by telecoms and basic resources sectors. Investors moved out of safe haven government debt and into equities.

 

On Wall Street, the DJ30 closed at 12,573.80, gaining 162.57 points (+1.31%) in Tuesday trading. The SPX500 closed at 1,324.18, gaining 15.25 points (+1.17%) and the Nasdaq closed at 2,843.07, gaining 33.34 points (+1.19%).

 

The London FTSE100 closed at 5,473.74, gaining 41.37 points (+0.76%), and the French CAC40 closed at 3,046.91, gaining 4.15 points (+0.14%) while the German DAX40 closed at 6,161.24, gaining 20.19 points (+0.33%)

 

The Nasdaq halted short sales of Zynga (ZNGA) on Tuesday as the shares of the social gaming company dropped by up to -11.8% with concerns that the trend for games on Facebook (FB) has already reached its peak with gamers switching to mobile phones for entertainment.

 

Stocks Execution Prices:

 

Name

Sell

Buy

Change %

Closing Rate

Apple (AAPL)

572.94

574.19

+0.87

576.16

Google (GOOG)

561.80

563.28

-0.60

565.10

Facebook (FB)

27.22

27.29

+1.46

27.40

Microsoft (MSFT)

29.16

29.23

+1.37

29.29

Amazon (AMZN)

216.68

217.21

-0.04

216.42

Yahoo (YHOO)

15.31

15.36

+1.11

15.47

Zynga (ZNGA)

4.95

4.96

-10.27

4.98

 

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