New York, NY -- (ReleaseWire) -- 11/15/2012 --Solo International Inc. (OTC:SLIO) closed at $0.101, up 21.25 percent from its previous closing price of $0.08. The stock made the sharp up move and it is currently showing bullish trend. Solo International is engaged in the business of acquiring, exploring and developing mining properties. The company is mainly operational in Quebec, Canada. It is based out of Nevada and was formed in 2010.
The stock is likely to touch $0.16 price level in its coming trading sessions. On the down side, the stock may tumble down to $0.09. Solo International’s next support level exists at $0.08.
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TagLikeMe Corp. (PINK:TAGG) bucked its bearish trend by posting 6.43 percent gain in its latest trading session. The company stock closed at $0.07. The company recently reported that its unique new count for users increased 1800 percent for the month of October.
TagLikeMe is involved in software industry and provides cloud based apps and software. The stock may face its first resistance at $0.09. Upon breaching this level, the stock may climb as high as $0.11 in the coming sessions. However, on the down side, it can touch $0.06 level in the coming sessions.
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Amarantus BioSciences Inc. (OTC:AMBS) announced securing new financing for $1.1 million. The company secured this funding through two different transactions. Amarantus BioSciences said that the funds will be used to develop MANF and for providing routine working capital. However, the news of new funding failed to lift up the stock and it closed at $0.039, down 29.09 percent from its previous close of $0.06.
The company stock shows neutral trend in the near future and may go down to $0.02. Its next support level stands at $0.01. On the upside, the stock may touch $0.04 level in the coming trading sessions.
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Pacwest Equities Inc. (PINK:PWEID) shows neutral trend, however, its stock lost 21.83 percent in its last trading session to close at $0.555. The company is engaged in real estate business and offers commercial, residential and industrial real estate assets. The stock may face its first resistance at $0.60. Upon breaching this level, the stock may climb as high as $0.67 in the coming sessions. However, on the down side, it can touch $0.30 level in the coming sessions.
PacWest recently reported about its latest alliance with K. Hill Livestock for securing distribution rights in Hawaii. The company expects to generate up to $12 million in annual sales through this contract.
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