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Dow Jones Breaks all 5 Year Trading Records With Markets at new Highs - Small Cap Stock Focus: Nokia Corporation, Green



Dow Jones Breaks all 5 Year Trading Records With Markets at new Highs - Small
 Cap Stock Focus: Nokia Corporation, Green Innovations, SwingPlane Ventures,
                            AMR Corp, Fuse Science

PR Newswire

LONDON, March 5, 2013

LONDON, March 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

The Dow Jones blue chip index used as a proxy for U.S. economic health on
Tuesday crossed the critical threshold of its 2007 highs to set a new record,
trading past 14,200 to break both its record close of 14,164.53, on Oct. 9,
2007, and its intraday high of 14,198.10, which happened two days later.  With
investor sentiment and consumer confidence being at all-time highs we could
see the markets push higher as people look to invest who were previously on
the sidelines.

Shares in Nokia Corporation (NOK) were experiencing heavy trading in early
trading on Wall Street Tuesday as the stock moved past the $3.50 level once
more looking to trade past $4.00 as it did recently.  Nokia shares have more
than doubled over the last year as the company has reinvented itself with its
new windows phone going after more market share in similar fashion to Research
In Motion (NASDAQ: RIMM).

Green Innovations was one of the most heavily traded stock on the OTC markets
today with shares trading over $2 million well before midday on the street.
 Green Innovations was also trading to the upside by 6% after shares climbed
back above $1.00 in trading to close last week.  

Swingplane Ventures traded to the upside this morning in continued recovery in
the price of its shares.   The stock has dropped from around $1.00 to the
current price of 0.30 cents over the last week.  The stock is higher the
morning by 5% on $5 million traded.

AMR Corp was another name trading in a tight range today but shares higher for
the second day running by 4%. AMR corp continues to trade heavy volume ahead
of the merger with US Airways but certainly has pulled back since trading over
$100 million per day.  In mid-morning action this morning the company had
traded $10 million which is a significantly higher level of trading than in
Monday's session.

Fuse Science was a name we have not seen at the top of the volume focus list
for a couple of months but was back trading $2 million before the halfway
point in Tuesday's trading session on the OTCQB market.  Shares in Fuse
Science were lower by 25% after being higher in Monday's markets.

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