4th Quarter Earnings Season Stock Report: Wells Fargo & Company, Google Inc, Vumee, Amr Corp, World Moto

Jan 09, 2013, 11:57 ET from www.TheStockFreak.com

NEW YORK, January 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Earnings season started off this week with the markets responding with bearish sentiment. The DOW Gains some traction back today as markets are up more than 60 points. (NYSE: WFC) Wells Fargo is the next major bank to report earnings due this Friday. Consensus EPS is $ 0.90 a share. On Jan 2nd 2013 Howard Richardson Director of WFC bought 1427 at a price per share of $ 35.05 for the total sum cost of $ 50,016.40.

Keycorp (NYSE: KEY) - On Dec 31st there was a total of 6-insider transaction all of which were reported. Different directors of Keycorp collectively bought 16,336 shares. Since the transaction the stock has been up roughly around $ 0.50. The stock today almost broke its 52-week high of $ 9.12

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World Moto (OTC:FARE)  - World Moto yesterday saw big volume but also saw a big drop in share price As investors seem to have collected profits on the last week's bull run. The stock today has traded over 20 million shares.

Vumee (OTC:VUME) - Vumee has had a strong start to the trading day being up over 100% and already trading over 16 million shares. VUME today released news regarding their business plan to monetize its " Fast growing Platform"

Amr Corp (OTC:AAMRQ) - American Airlines finds its way back to being one of the most active stocks in the OTC markets. The stock has seen a 52 week low of $0.20 and is up another 30% trading at over $1.15. The stock is trading over 10 times its average volume.

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