S&P 500 Climbs to New Record and EBay to Handle $110 Billion of Marketplace Volume in 2015

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NEW YORK,  April 1, 2013  /PRNewswire/ --

The Standard & Poor's 500 hit a new record Thursday morning; three weeks after
the Dow Jones beat its 2007 record. EBay executives said the Company aims to
handle  $110 billion  of sales volume in its marketplace in 2015 by expanding
globally.

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Dollar General Corporation (NYSE: DG) - Dollar General Corp. had one of the
biggest volume advances on the NYSE on Thursday, trading nearly 31 million
shares. The Company announced Wednesday the pricing of an underwritten secondary
public offering of 30 million common shares at a price to the public of  $50.75 
per share.  

Many mid or large cap stocks once started off asPenny stocks!

BlackBerry (Nasdaq: BBRY) - BlackBerry traded over 105 million shares on
Thursday after reporting mixed results that included a surprise profit in Q4.

Southcross Energy Partners, L.P. (NYSE: SXE) - Shares of SXE sank to a new
52-week low of  $20.15  on Thursday after reporting fourth quarter and full year
2012 financial and operating results in the early morning.

Penny stocks  can deliver sky-rocketing returns and are a popular choice among
many investors in the market because of how much lower they trade than big cap
companies.

Repros Therapeutics Inc. (Nasdaq: RPRX) - Repros Therapeutics was one of the
biggest advancers on the Nasdaq composite on Thursday seeing gains as high as
79% in intra-day trading. The Company's experimental drug to treat low levels of
testosterone met the main goals of a key study.

Gilead Sciences Inc. (Nasdaq: GILD) - GILD hit a new all-time high of  $49.48 
on Thursday after an ISI Group analyst said sales estimates must go "way way up"
on its experimental hepatitis C therapy.

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