StockCall Early Morning Insight into Wendy's, Yum! Brands, Carnival, and Royal Caribbean Cruises

StockCall Early Morning Insight into Wendy's, Yum! Brands, Carnival, and Royal
                              Caribbean Cruises

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LONDON, April 18, 2013

LONDON, April 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Consumer spending is the backbone of the U.S. economy. Post the financial
crisis of 2009, as unemployment rate rose sharply; consumers scaled back their
spending, especially on discretionary items. However, the labor market,
notwithstanding last month's disappointing jobs report, has shown signs of
improvement since late last year. If the recovery in the labor market
continues then consumer spending on discretionary items can be expected to
rise, benefiting companies such as The Wendy's Co. (NASDAQ: WEN), Yum! Brands
Inc. (NYSE: YUM), Carnival Corporation (NYSE: CCL), and Royal Caribbean
Cruises Ltd. (NYSE: RCL). Shares of all these companies, except Royal
Caribbean Cruises Ltd., fell in Wednesday's trading session as the broad
market came under pressure following some disappointing earnings reports.
StockCall has issued technical analysis and charting reports on WEN, YUM, CCL,
and RCL. Download these free reports now at

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The Wendy's Co. shares fell sharply on Wednesday. The stock touched an
intra-day low of $5.33 before finishing the day 3.44% lower at $5.34 on above
average volume of 8.96 million. Wendy's shares have now fallen more than 7% in
the last three trading sessions. Despite the recent losses, the restaurant
chains' shares are still up more than 14.30% for the year, outperforming the
S&P 500. The stock, however, is still trading more than 10% below its 52-week
high. Its shares have also slipped below their 50-day moving average, which is
a bearish signal. Download the free research on WEN today by registering at

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Shares of Yum! Brands Inc. ended marginally lower in yesterday's trading
session. The stock closed 0.63% lower at $66.23 on volume of 3.68 million.
Yum! Brands' shares have now fallen more than 2.30% this week. The company's
shares are now trading close to $66 support level. The stock faces stiff
resistance at around $68. Shares of YUM have also slipped below their 50-day
and 200-day moving averages, which is a bearish signal. The negative trend is
further confirmed by the stock's MACD chart. Sign up and have access to our
free report on YUM at

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Carnival Corporation's shares slipped on Wednesday; however, the losses were
limited. The stock closed 0.24% lower at $33.23 on volume of 5.35 million,
taking its losses in the last three trading sessions to over 2.60%. Shares of
CCL are now moving close to their 52-week low of $30.65. The stock has a
52-week high of $39.95. Year-to-date, it has fallen more than 9%, compared to
a gain of over 8.80% for the S&P 500. The company's shares are also trading
well below their 50-day and 200-day moving averages, which is a downbeat
signal. Sign up and read the complimentary report on CCL at

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Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd's shares rose sharply yesterday even as the broad
market came under pressure. The stock closed 1.21% higher at $33.54 on above
average volume of 2.92 million. Royal Caribbean Cruises' shares broke through
$33.50 resistance level on Wednesday, which is a bullish signal. The stock's
MACD is currently trading above the signal line, which further confirms the
bullish trend. The free report on RCL can be downloaded by signing up now at

http://www.StockCall.com/RCL041813.pdf

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