Aon Corp., Marsh & McLennan, Willis Group, and Brown & Brown Under StockCall's Microscope PR Newswire LONDON, March 25, 2013 LONDON, March 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The outlook for insurance brokerage industry has improved significantly. Insurance brokers such as Aon Plc (NYSE: AON), Marsh & McLennan Companies Inc. (NYSE: MMC), Willis Group Holdings Plc (NYSE: WSH), and Brown & Brown Inc. (NYSE: BRO) are expected to see earnings and revenue growth in 2013. However, the industry is still facing a challenging macro environment. The industry is also seeing regulatory changes. On Friday, insurance brokers ended mostly higher, tracking gains in the broad market, which rallied erasing most of the losses for the week.StockCall has released full comprehensive research on AON, MMC, WSH, and BRO and these free technical analyses can be downloaded by signing up at http://www.stockcall.com/technicalanalysis Shares of Aon Plc rose sharply in Friday's trading session, extending their gains for the week. Aon's shares rose 1.38% higher at $60.27 on volume of 1.72 million. The stock gained nearly 23% last week, making it one of the best performers for the week. The company's shares are now trading close to their 52-week high of $61.87. The stock last week broke through $60 resistance level, which is a bullish signal. It is also trading above its 50-day and 200-day moving averages, further confirming the bullish trend. The company's shares currently face resistance at around $61. Free technical analysis on AON available by signing up at http://www.StockCall.com/AON032513.pdf Shares of Marsh & McLennan Companies Inc. are currently trading close to $37.50 resistance level. The stock had edged higher in Friday's trading session, closing 0.73% higher at $37.40 on volume of 3.42 million. Year-to-date, the insurance broker's shares have now gained a little over 9.20%, compared to a gain of nearly 9.20% for the S&P 500. Recent volume activity and the stock's MACD chart indicate that market sentiment is bullish on the stock. The stock is also trading well above its 50-day and 200-day moving averages. Register today and access the free research on MMC at http://www.StockCall.com/MMC032513.pdf Shares of Willis Group Holdings Plc edged lower on Friday; however, the losses were limited. The stock touched a 52-week high of $39.09 for the day before paring its gains to finish the day 0.44% lower at $38.62 on volume of 435,167. Despite the pullback, Willis Group Holdings shares gained 1.60% last week. The stock has had an excellent run so far in 2013, gaining more than 15%. The company's shares broke through $38 resistance level last week, which is a bullish signal. The stock's MACD chart also suggests that market sentiment is positive on the stock. The free report on WSH can be downloaded by signing up now at http://www.StockCall.com/WSH032513.pdf Brown & Brown Inc.'s shares rose sharply on Friday, touching a 52-week high of $31.56. The stock ended at $31.56, up 1.54% from previous day's closing price. Volume stood at 787,205, up from daily average of 694,507. Brown & Brown's shares rose more than 3.10% last week even as the broad market posted modest losses. The stock has outperformed the broad market for the year as well, gaining more than 24%. The company's shares have seen a series of highs over the past few weeks, which is a bullish signal. The upbeat trend is further confirmed by recent volume activity and the stock's MACD chart. Free report on BRO can be accessed by registering at http://www.StockCall.com/BRO032513.pdf About StockCall.com StockCall.com is a financial website where investors can have easy, precise and comprehensive research and opinions on stocks making the headlines. Sign up today to talk to our financial analyst at http://www.stockcall.com SOURCE StockCall.com Contact: Contact Person:William T. Knight, Email: email@example.com , Contact Number: +1-(646)-396-9857 (9:00 am EST - 01:30 pm EST)
Aon Corp., Marsh & McLennan, Willis Group, and Brown & Brown Under StockCall's Microscope
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