SOURCE: Rothman Research

Rothman Research

November 20, 2009 07:54 ET

Rothman Research Completes Market Research on Financial, Healthcare, Utilities and Basic Materials Sectors

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NEW DELHI, INDIA--(Marketwire - November 20, 2009) - A nominal slip has been seen in the US market. Wall Street closed just below the previous closing. Housing data created panic. As today's market news unfolds Rothman Research begun tracking the following companies MBIA Inc. (NYSE: MBI), Unum Group (NYSE: UNM), Worthington Industries Inc. (NYSE: WOR), Medicis Pharmaceutical Corp. (NYSE: MRX), Terra Industries Inc. (NYSE: TRA) and Xcel Energy Inc. (NYSE: XEL) as they have shown remarkable correction in recent days.

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Since October, the momentum of MBI has been declining with a significant drop in volumes, displaying signs of weakening.

Volumes still look strong on UNM and might bring in some more corrections.

Worthington Industries is a diversified steel processor specializing in value-added processing services and downstream manufacturing.

MRX is showing an increasing trend since the last few weeks. The rally is looking strong on the back of robust volumes.

Technical indicators for TRA are Bullish. With encouraging volumes and current levels might be very good entry point.

XEL is showing a bullish trend which is rising and currently it is trading at $19.98.

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