Nokia (NYSE:NOK) gives official word to release Lumia 620, 820 and 920 in UK next year – CSCO, ORCL, S
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The 2013 GSMA Mobile World Congress is scheduled to be held 25-28 February 2013 at Fira Gran Via in Barcelona. Mobile World Congress has the theme of ‘The New Mobile Horizon’ and will showcase the mobile industry’s top companies, technologies, solutions and services across the exhibition, in the conference programme and through a range of specialized programmes for audiences such as government ministers and regulators, the mobile application community and mobile marketers, advertisers and brands.
Nothing is confirmed, but the Finnish handset maker is reportedly set to launch a 10-inch slate running Windows RT at Mobile World Congress.
Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:NOK), as of last close, traded 144.79% up from its 52 week low and was -26.58% behind its 52 week high. Its latest closing price was 30.19% above the SMA200 while the distance from SMA 50 and SMA 20 was 8.50% and 28.14% respectively. The stock has a 6-month performance of 67.65%.
Nokia officially revealed that Lumia 620, 820 and 920 would be soon available in various retail outlets across UK from January 2013. All carriers will have these models by February 2013.
As of last close, Sprint Nextel Corporation (NYSE:S) was 160.00% up from the 52 week low and was -9.60% below the 52 week high. Its latest closing price was +33.88% up from an average-price of 200 days while it kept its distance from the SMA 50 at -2.55% and -3.10% compared with the SMA 20. The 6-month performance of this stock stands at 71.70% with a gain of 0.37% in the last three months and +131.36% in the previous twelve months.
More from the tech sector is that Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO) was down after CEO John Chambers filed to sell shares. The share price, as of the latest close, was up 35.44% compared with the 52 week low and was -4.07% below the 52 week high. The stock’s latest closing price was up +10.65% from the average-price of 200 days while it kept its distance from the SMA 50 at +8.44% and +2.50% compared with the SMA 20. Its six-month period performance stands up at 20.24%
Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ:ORCL) was down after signing a $871 million deal to acquire Vienna-based Eloqua. The latest closing price of ORCL was 13.42% up from an average-price of 200 days while it maintained a distance from the SMA 50 at +8.43% and +5.43% compared with the SMA 20.
The stock was up 37.39% from the 52 week low and was -1.72% below the 52 week high. It has shown an uptrend of 17.34% in the same period with a monthly performance of +11.68% and 3-month performance up 5.43%.