New York, NY -- (ReleaseWire) -- 04/24/2013 --iShares MSCI Japan Index (NYSE: EWJ) fund is at $11.53, up 0.92 percent from its previous close of $11.44. The fund opened the session at $11.47 and touched its highest price point at $11.54, which is also its 52 weeks high. iShares MSCI Japan’ lowest price point for the session stood at $11.46.
The fund is currently above its 20 days SMA of $11.52 and its 50 days SMA of $11.51, thus showing bullish trend. It has traded 4.23 million units in the session so far.
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Elan Corporation (NYSE: ELN) opened at $12.09 and oscillated in the range of $11.99 and $12.09 in the latest trading session. It is at $12.01, up 0.15 percent from its previous close of $11.99. Elan Corporation shows bullish trend as the stock is currently trading in line with its short term SMA and below its long term SMA of $12.01 and $12.02 respectively. Elan Corporation stock is up 19.52 percent on YTD basis while its 52 weeks decline stands at 11.57 percent.
The company’s market capitalization stands at $7.14 billion and its stock has traded in the range of $9.37 and $14.91 in the past 52 weeks.
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