StockCall Study on E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co., Dow Chemical, Huntsman, and Air Products & Chemicals

Mon Apr 15, 2013 8:00am EDT

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LONDON,  April 15, 2013  /PRNewswire/ --

Chemical industry faced significant challenges in 2012 as a slowdown in the
global economy hurt demand for chemical products. The fiscal cliff issue in the
U.S. also created a great deal of uncertainty. Notwithstanding the disappointing
economic data released on Friday, the U.S. economy has shown signs of
improvement since the start of this year. Recent economic data from  China  has
also been encouraging. These developments augur well for chemical companies such
as E.I. Du Pont Nemours and Co. (NYSE: DD), The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE:
DOW), Huntsman Corporation (NYSE: HUN), and Air Products & Chemicals Inc. (NYSE:
APD). On Friday, shares of all four companies slipped, tracking losses in the
broad market, which fell after investors digested some poor U.S. economic data.
StockCall free coverage on DD, DOW, HUN, and APD is available upon registration
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E.I. Du Pont Nemours and Co.'s shares fell in trading on Friday. The stock
closed 0.93% lower at  $49.82  on above average volume of 5.94 million. Despite
the pullback last Friday, DuPont's shares have gained 1.20% in the last three
sessions. The stock has outperformed the S&P 500 so far in 2013, gaining 11.75%,
compared to a gain of over 11.40% for the S&P 500. Shares of DD have also broken
through  $49.50  resistance level, which is a bullish signal. The bullish trend
is further confirmed by the stock's MACD chart. Download the free technical
research on DD by signing up at

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The Dow Chemical Company's shares edged lower on Friday; however, the losses
were limited. The stock ended the day 0.35% lower at  $31.75  on volume of 5.22
million. Dow Chemical's shares are currently trading more than 8.30% below their
52-week high. The stock is also trading below its 50-day moving average, which
is a bearish signal. The stock's MACD, however, has just crossed above the
signal line, which indicates that market sentiment has turned bullish. Register
now and get access to the free analysis on DOW at

http://www.StockCall.com/DOW041513.pdf

Shares of Huntsman Corporation fell sharply in Friday's trading session,
extending their losses from previous trading sessions. The stock ended the day
1.83% lower at  $17.70  on volume of 3.37 million, taking its losses in the last
three trading sessions to over 2.90%. Huntsman's shares have slipped below their
50-day moving average as a result of the recent losses. This is a strong bearish
signal. The negative trend is further confirmed by recent volume activity and
the stock's MACD chart. Sign up and read the complimentary report on HUN at

http://www.StockCall.com/HUN041513.pdf

Shares of Air Products & Chemicals Inc. ended marginally lower in trading on
Friday. The stock fell to an intra-day low of  $86.43  before finishing the day
0.36% lower at  $86.93  on above average volume of 1.08 million. Despite the
decline on Friday, Air Products & Chemicals Inc.'s shares gained more than 1% in
the last three sessions. Year-to-date, the stock has gained more than 4.30%,
underperforming the S&P 500. The stock is currently trading nearly 3% below its
52-week high. The free report on APD can be downloaded by signing up now at

http://www.StockCall.com/APD041513.pdf

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