US Airways, United Continental, Melco Crown, and Boyd Gaming Under StockCall's Microscope

US Airways, United Continental, Melco Crown, and Boyd Gaming Under StockCall's
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PR Newswire

LONDON, April 19, 2013

LONDON, April 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

The services sector in the U.S. benefited from an improvement in the economy
at the start of this year. However, recent data suggests that the recovery in
the U.S. economy has stalled. This is not a good sign for the services sector.
Major airlines such as US Airways Group Inc. (NYSE: LCC) and United
Continental Holdings Inc. (NYSE: UAL), which faced significant challenges due
to economic uncertainties over the past few years, will be hoping for a
rebound in economic activity. Resorts and casino operators Melco Crown
Entertainment Ltd. (ADR) (NASDAQ: MPEL) and Boyd Gaming Corporation (NYSE:
BYD) will also face challenges if the economy continues to weaken. The
services sector ended mostly lower on Thursday, tracking losses in the broad
market, which came under pressure following some disappointing economic data.
StockCall has released full comprehensive research on LCC, UAL, MPEL, and BYD
and these free technical analyses can be downloaded by signing up at

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Shares of US Airways Group Inc. fell sharply yesterday. The stock closed 2.54%
lower at $16.10 on volume of 7.63 million. Despite the sharp decline on
Thursday, US Airways' shares are still up more than 3.20% in the last three
trading sessions. The stock has had an excellent run thus far this year,
gaining more than 19%. The airliner's shares are currently trading above their
50-day and 200-day moving averages, which is a bullish signal. The stock
currently faces resistance at around $17. Free technical analysis on LCC
available by signing up at

http://www.StockCall.com/LCC041913.pdf

Shares of United Continental Holdings Inc. also struggled in Thursday's
trading session. The stock closed 2.20% lower at $30.23 on volume of 4.27
million. United Continental's shares have gained nearly 4% in the last three
trading sessions even though the stock saw a pullback yesterday. The stock is
currently trading close to its 52-week high of $32.95. Year-to-date, shares of
UAL have gained 29.30%, outperforming the S&P 500. Register today and access
the free research on UAL at

http://www.StockCall.com/UAL041913.pdf

Melco Crown Entertainment Ltd's shares edged lower in trading yesterday,
extending their losses for the last three trading sessions. The stock closed
1.17% lower at $21.88 on volume of 4.90 million, taking its losses in the last
three sessions to more than 2.60%. Despite the pullback, Melco Crown's shares
are up nearly 30% for the year. The stock is trading 7.64% below its 52-week
high. The company's shares, however, have slipped below $22 support level,
which is a bearish signal. The negative trend is further confirmed by the
stock's MACD chart. The free report on MPEL can be downloaded by signing up
now at

http://www.StockCall.com/MPEL041913.pdf

Another major loser in the services sector on Thursday was Boyd Gaming
Corporation. The stock closed 1.18% lower at $8.38 on volume of 1.46 million
after trading between $8.31 and $8.59. Boyd's shares have outperformed the S&P
500 in 2013 so far, gaining 26.20%. The stock is currently trading well above
its 50-day and 200-day moving averages. However, the stock's MACD has just
crossed below the signal line, which suggests that market sentiment has turned
bearish. Free report on BYD can be accessed by registering at

http://www.StockCall.com/BYD041913.pdf

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