New York, NY -- (ReleaseWire) -- 06/18/2013 --Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) stock opened the session at $34.97 and traded in the range of $34.90 and $35.17 during its last trading session. It is currently trading at $35.07, up 0.20 percent from its previous close of $35.00. The trading volume of the stock stands at 12.065 million shares, in contrast to the average trading volume of 53.104 million shares. Microsoft is a highly volatile stock having a beta of 1.10. It is also trading above its 50 days SMA of $34.23 and its 200 days SMA of $29.53 respectively.
The company has a market capitalization of $292.79 billion and it provides hardware and software services worldwide.
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Dell Inc. (NASDAQ: DELL) stock traded in the range of $13.40 and $13.48 during its last trading session. It opened the session at $13.42 and is currently trading at $13.45, up 0.30 percent from its previous close of $13.41. The upward movement of the stock recorded a trading volume of 6.581 million shares, in contrast to the average trading volume of 19.825 million shares.
The stock is also trading above its 50 days SMA and its 200 days SMA of $13.38 and $12.98 respectively. It is a highly volatile stock with a beta of 1.61. The company’s market capitalization stands at $23.60 billion and it offers technology solutions worldwide.
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