New York, NY -- (ReleaseWire) -- 05/06/2013 --Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (NYSE: AMD) stock is at $3.70, up 2.78 percent from its previous close of $3.60. The stock made the up move with trading volume of 26.233 million shares, in contrast to the average daily trading volume of 18.748 million shares. Advanced Micro Devices stock is also trading below its 20 days SMA of $3.72 but in line with its 50 days moving average price of $3.70. Advanced Micro Devices stock is highly volatile with its beta at 2.27.
The company’s market capitalization is at $2.64 billion and it deals in semiconductor industry.
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Bank of America Corporation (NYSE: BAC) traded in the range of $12.36 and $12.61 during its latest trading session. The stock had opened at $12.39 and is currently at $12.62, up 3.09 percent from its previous close of $12.24. Bank of America recorded the volume of 999.265 million shares, in comparison to its average daily trading volume of 150.412 million shares. The stock is also trading above its 20 days SMA and 50 days SMA of $12.56 and $12.54 respectively.
Bank of America offers financial services to a wide range of clients. Its market cap stands at $135.39 billion while its stock trades at beta of 1.78.
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