New York (December 20th, 2012) - Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB), the social networking giant, is marginally higher in mid-day trading today. At last check, FB was trading 0.03% higher at $27.42 on volume of 14.97 million, which is nearly a fifth of the daily average volume of 75.68 million.
FB has gained more than 2.5% in the last three trading sessions. The stock has gained this week amid some bullish comments from analysts. However, it continues to struggle to break through $28 resistance level. FB could see significant upside if it breaks through this key technical level.The stock is still trading well below its $38 IPO price.
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SIRI is gaining today after the company and its customers won appeals court approval of a class action lawsuit settlement challenged by some satellite radio subscribers. On Wednesday, SIRI also announced the appointment of James E. Meyer as interim CEO, effective immediately. Meyer takes over from Mel Karmazin, who had previously informed the Board that he will not be renewing his employment agreement.
SIRI is currently trading 0.68% higher at $2.98 on volume of 11.58 million. The stock has gained more than 2% in the last three trading sessions and over 8% in the last five trading sessions. The five-day rally has helped SIRI break through some key technical levels.
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