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NYSE's Top 10 Trending Stocks: Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, and Merck Lead


After the pharmaceutical companies, consumer sector names such as Southwest, Home Depot, and Kraft appear.

MINYANVILLE ORIGINAL Midmorning, the pharmaceuticals are at the top of the list of trending stocks on the NYSE.

Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) with a volume of 4,342,864; J&J nears a settlement with the Justice Department.

Pfizer (PFE) with a volume of 2,536,191; Pfizer's Lyrica has gained approval for spinal pain.

Merck (MRK) with a volume of 2,193,645; Merck hit a new 52-week high.

Southwest Airlines (LUV) with a volume of 1,230,234; Southwest saw coverage initiated by Imperial Capital.

CVS Caremark (CVS) with a volume of 1,170,189; CVS is in play as a strong competitor to Walgreens, which has announced a merger.

Masco (MAS) with a volume of 1,051,034; Masco has a high EPS growth forecast.

Home Depot (HD) with a volume of 1,007,326; Home Depot unveiled a new strategy.

TJX Companies (TJX) with a volume of 804,340; TJX is taking it to the Maxx.

Annaly Capital (NLY) with a volume of 776,730; Annaly Capital Management said it maintained its quarterly dividend of $.55.

Intercontinental Hotels (IHG) with a volume of 743,383; Intercontinental Hotels opened a hotel in Mexico.

Kraft Foods (KFT) with a volume of 693, 743; Kraft recently offered to exchange up to $3.6 billion in debt.
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