Brunswick, Fossil, SodaStream Intl., Carter's, and Canon Early Briefing and Review

Thu Apr 4, 2013 8:00am EDT

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LONDON,  April 4, 2013  /PRNewswire/ --

Markets reversed Tuesday's gains and ended lower in their latest trading session
on Wednesday. Various issues including weak private jobs data and concerns about
economic growth rate weighed the stocks down. The markets showed across the
board weakness and the Consumer Goods sector followed the lead. Our research
team followed major companies including Brunswick Corporation (NYSE: BC), Fossil
Inc. (NASDAQ: FOSL), SodaStream International Ltd (NASDAQ: SODA), Carter's Inc. 
(NYSE: CRI) and Canon Inc. (NYSE: CAJ).  StockCall has released free charting
and technical research on these aforementioned companies. Register to read these
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Brunswick Corporation closed its Wednesday' trading session with steep downward
movement, accompanied with above average volume. The stock ended at  $31.52,
down 2.11 percent from its previous close. It traded in the range of  $31.22 
and  $32.36  during the session. Brunswick is highly volatile as it commands
beta of 3.09. The company's current market capitalization stands at  $2.85
billion. The stock has gained 14.66 percent on a YTD basis while its 52 weeks
gain stands at 22.41 percent. Sign up for the free report on BC at

Fossil Inc. is trading below its short-term moving average price, indicating a
bearish trend. It also closed its Wednesday's session at  $91.42, down 2.21
percent. The stock made a downward movement with above average volume of 1.39
million shares. Fossil's stock lost 30.73 percent of its value in the past 52
weeks. However, in this year, the company's stock is up 2.36 percent. FOSL
commands the market capitalization of  $5.42 billion. It is also a highly
volatile stock as it commands beta of 1.82. FOSL free technical report can be
accessed by signing up at

SodaStream International Ltd closed its yesterday's trading session at  $48.51,
down 4.13 percent from its previous close. The stock shows a neutral trend and
currently is in neutral territory with Relative Strength Index of 46.27. It may
find support at  $45.96. Upon breaching this level, it may go down to  $42 
level. SodaStream traded 1.13 million shares during Wednesday's session, and its
stock oscillated in the range of  $48.17  and  $51.23. The stock has appreciated
44.03 percent in the past 52 weeks. Free report on SODA can be accessed by
registering at

Carter's Inc. made an upward movement with 1.97 percent gain in its latest
trading session. The company's stock ended at  $58.50  and its highest price
point for yesterday's session stood at  $58.77. In the past 12 months, the stock
has gained 17.54 percent while its YTD gain stands at 7.85 percent. The company
trades at beta of 0.63, which implies low volatility. It traded 1.48 million
shares during Wednesday's session, in comparison to its regular daily volume of
815,671 shares. Carter's is in a neutral zone and is likely to go up to  $59.66 
in the coming trading sessions. Register with StockCall and download the
research on CRI for free at

Canon Inc. traded in the range of  $34.57  and  $35.09  in yesterday's session
and ended the day at  $34.64, down 1.28 percent. The stock's 52 weeks range
stands at  $29.81  and  $48.33. Canon has lost 27.32 percent of its value in the
past 12 months, while it lost 10.56 percent so far this year. The company is in
a bearish mode and may find its first support level at  $34.06. It is trading
below its 20-day moving average of  $36.34. Read the full free research on CAJ
by signing up to StockCall at

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