Before the Bell Scans of XL Group, The Travelers, ACE, Fidelity National Financial, and AEGON

Mon Mar 4, 2013 8:01am EST

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LONDON,  March 4, 2013  /PRNewswire/ --

Last Friday, The Dow Jones ended the week at 14,089.66, up 0.25 percent while
NASDAQ was up 0.30 percent to close at 3,169.74. Similarly, S&P also ended at a
positive note at 1,518.20, up 0.23 percent. Sequestration is now in effect and
our research team is taking a look at the insurance industry including major
companies like XL Group PLC (NYSE: XL), Travelers Companies Inc. (NYSE: TRV),
ACE Limited (NYSE: ACE), Fidelity National Financial Inc. (NYSE: FNF) and AEGON
NV (NYSE: AEG). StockCall has taken an interest in these companies and you can
now sign up to download the free technical research on XL TRV ACE FNF and AEG at   

XL Group PLC stock closed at  $28.82, 0.63 percent up. The stock traded in the
range of  $28.23  and  $28.91  during the session and is currently above its
20-day moving average price of  $28.78. XL Group gained 15 percent so far this
year. Its Price/Earnings ratio is 13.79. The stock is in a bullish phase and its
first resistance level is at  $29.58. On the downside, its first support is at 
$28.54. Upon breaching this level, its second support level is at  $28.27. Sign
up today to read the free research report on XL at   

Travelers Companies Inc. is up 12.35 percent for the year. It has gained 39.1
percent in the past 52 weeks. The stock closed 0.34 percent higher at  $80.69 
on volume of 1.84 million shares on Friday. Its average trading volume stands at
2.21 million shares. Travelers Companies shares currently face resistance at
around  $81.01. The stock has support at  $79.83  level. It is currently trading
above its 20-day and 50-day moving averages, which is a bullish signal. Register
to download the free technical analysis on TRV at   

ACE Limited traded in the range of  $87.41  and  $85.71  during its previous
trading session, on Friday. It opened at  $85.14  and closed at  $85.67, up 0.33
percent. The stock is currently in a bullish mode and has its first resistance
level at  $87.05. Upon breaching this level, ACE may go as high as  $88.28. The
stock traded 1.03 million shares and it is currently above its 20-day moving
average price, confirming its bullish trend. Its first support level is at 
$85.59. So far in 2013, the stock is up 7.36 percent. Free report on ACE can be
accessed by registering at   

Despite the upward movement shown by broad market indices, Fidelity National
Financial Inc. stock finished 0.52 percent lower at  $24.81, with volume down
from its daily average of 2.09 million to 2.02 million. Fidelity National
Financial's stock had a good run so far in 2013 with its year-to-date gain at
5.35 percent. However, the stock currently shows a neutral trend which is
further confirmed by the stock's MACD chart. Fidelity National Financial has its
first support level at  $24.30. In the coming trading sessions, the stock is
likely to go as high as  $24.97. Register with StockCall and download the
research on FNF for free at   

AEGON NV stock sank sharply in its latest trading session, on Friday. The stock
closed 1.35 percent lower at  $5.84  with 1.04 million share volume. The stock
is still down more than 9 percent for the year. In the past 52 weeks, AEGON is
up 10.19 percent. The stock currently has support at  $5.74  level. The stock's
MACD chart shows bearish trend. The company's shares may face its first
resistance level at  $5.91. Upon breaching this level, the stock may go as high
as  $6.25. Read the full free research on AEG by signing up to StockCall at   

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