Today's Research on Huntington Bancshares, Fifth Third Bancorp, U.S. Bancorp, and Comerica

Thu Apr 4, 2013 8:00am EDT

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LONDON,  April 4, 2013  /PRNewswire/ --

Weak private jobs data sent the stocks into a tizzy and all major indices closed
the day firmly in red territory. Lower-than-expected jobs numbers has cast a
shadow of doubt over the robustness of the economy. Markets also responded
negatively to the political uncertainty surrounding  North Korea's  threats. We
took a look at Financial sector and followed major regional banks such as
Huntington Bancshares Incorporated (NASDAQ: HBAN), Fifth Third Bancorp (NASDAQ:
FITB), U.S. Bancorp (NYSE: USB) and Comerica Incorporated (NYSE: CMA). StockCall
professionals have completed their technical analysis on HBAN, FITB, USB, and
CMA and these free reports are accessible by registering at   

Huntington Bancshares Incorporated trimmed its 52 weeks gain by closing 1.10
percent lower. The stock ended its Wednesday's session at  $7.19, while its
highest price point for the session stood at  $7.32. It traded 8.48 million
shares, down from its average daily volume of 10.71 million. Huntington traded
in the range of  $5.81  and  $7.55  in the past 52 weeks, and currently it is
trading near its high price point. The company commands market capitalization of
 $6.07 billion  and it reported its latest EPS at  $1.60. Stock of HBAN grew
more than 11 percent in the past 52 weeks. The stock is highly volatile as it
trades at beta of 1.61. Sign up for the free technical research on HBAN at

Fifth Third Bancorp slipped marginally with above average volume to end its
latest session at  $15.99. The stock ended 1.05 percent lower than its previous
close. Its volume for the day stood at 13.45 million shares. The stock is
currently trading higher than its 20-day SMA of  $15.95  and its 50-day SMA of 
$15.93, showing a neutral trend. Its first resistance level is at  $16.12  while
it may tumble down to  $15.77  before receiving any support. Fifth Third's stock
is up 6.67 percent on a YTD basis, while offering 2.75 percent dividend yield.
The company commands market capitalization of  $13.98 billion. Be sure to read
our latest technical research on FITB by registering at

U.S. Bancorp ended yesterday's trading session at  $33.67, down 1.26 percent
from its previous close. With its latest downward movement, the stock is now up
6.28 percent on a YTD basis, while its 52 weeks gain also stands at 6.28
percent. U.S. Bancorp's stock  oscillated in the range of  $33.52  and  $34.11 
during Wednesday's session. It traded 12.53 million shares and shows a neutral
trend. The stock may touch  $33.79  in the coming trading sessions. Upon
breaching this level, its next resistance level is at  $34.38. U.S. Bancorp
traded in the range of  $28.58  and  $35.46  in the past 52 weeks. Sign up and
read the complimentary report on USB at

Comerica Incorporated sank in Wednesday's trading session. The stock closed 2.73
percent lower at  $34.19  with above average volume of 3.28 million shares,
showing a neutral trend. Comerica has its first support level at  $33.48. Upon
breaching this level, its next support level is at  $32.59. The regional bank is
currently trading near its 52-week high of  $36.99, while its 52-week low stands
at  $27.72. The company commands market capitalization of  $6.41 million.
Comerica Inc. is also trading below its short-term and long-term average price,
further confirming this neutral trend. The free report on CMA can be downloaded
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