Broker Dealer Stocks Outperfomed: RJF, JEF, IBKR
Published on Friday, 14 June 2013 18:07 Written by Gerard Lerod
New York, June 14th (TradersHuddle.com) - The overall market traded lower with the S&P 500 losing 0.59%. Stocks of Broker / Dealers , with NYSE Broker/Dealer index closing the session at $0, which represents 0% versus previous day close. The index , it had 2 out of 10 components trading higher.
Raymond James (NYSE:RJF) was the top performer of the sector today, closing at $42.57 representing 0.05% versus the previous trading session. Shares of Raymond James, the financial services provider for retail investors, corporations and municipalities, have defined support at $41.49 and resistance at $44.72.
Jefferies (NYSE:JEF) was also among the top performers, closed the trading session at $21.72 representing 0% from its previous close. Jefferies, the independent full service global securities services and investment banking firm has calculated support and resistance levels at $20.97 and $22.24 respectively. The other top performer was Interactive Brokers (NASDAQ:IBKR), which closed the trading session at $15.74 representing -1.32% from the previous session.
The sector's worst performers include Nomura (NYSE:NMR) that closed the trading session at $7.46 or -5.81% from the previous close. Shares of Nomura, the global finanicial services company based in Tokyo, Japan have defined support at $7.01 and resistance at $7.83. Also among the worst performers was E*TRADE (NASDAQ:ETFC), which closed the trading session at $11.44 representing -2.05% from the previous session.
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