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Earning Forecast Tracking for Pfizer, NVIDIA, American Capital Agency, Weyerhaeuser, Research In Motion, and Facebook

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HONG KONG, June 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- has issued earnings forecast reports for investors to trace the following US stocks: Pfizer (NYSE: PFE), NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA), American Capital Agency (NASDAQ: AGNC), Weyerhaeuser (NYSE: WY), Research In Motion (NASDAQ: BBRY), and Facebook (NASDAQ: FB).

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Pfizer Inc. (NYSE: PFE): By the end of trading session, Pfizer (NYSE: PFE) shares lost 1.02% to US$29.10 with more than 121.04 million shares traded, compared to its average volume of 60.65 million shares. The company announced it will deliver 0.9898 shares of Zoetis common stock for exchanging. By the end of last trading session, this offer was oversubscribed. Observing comprehensive analysis of Pfizer could help investors avoid big lost in investment. Check PFE earnings forecast report below.

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NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ: NVDA): NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) shares began the trading session with a price of US$14.53. When day-trade ended, the stock finally earned US$0.44 (or 3.06%) to US$14.84. The stock traded 28.99 million shares in the last trading session, compared to its daily average of 9.21 million shares. After the company said it will focus more on graphics licensing business, its share was sent to a new 52-week high of US$15.48. The company's Executive Vice President, David Shannon, said: "The IT world is being upended." When PC sales are declining due to the rise of mobile devises, ARM holding's license business is dominant in the mobile market. Investors may want to find out where NVIDIA will go from here. Observe comprehensive NVDA earnings forecast report here.

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American Capital Agency Corp. (NASDAQ: AGNC): The share of American Capital Agency (NASDAQ: AGNC) began the trading session with a price of US$26.08. When day-trade ended, the stock price dropped 3.55% to US$24.44. The stock traded 21.70 million shares in the last trading session, heavier than its daily average of 11.49 million shares. The market worries about the Federal Reserves will reduce its US$85 billion monthly bond-buying program. Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke did not mention about the timeline but said the economy was improving. The news sent the share lower during last afternoon. Do you think American Capital Agency will go on? Do you think now is a good time to buy the stock? Investors could check AGNC earnings forecast report here.

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Today also observed abnormal trade volume for the following companies; Check out the consensus earnings forecast reports below:

Weyerhaeuser Company (NYSE: WY):

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Research In Motion Ltd (NASDAQ: BBRY):

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Facebook Inc (NASDAQ: FB):

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