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These securities have been constantly losing price value within the past 90 trading days but are now showing signs of an uptrend. While the S&P 500 index gained 3.95%, these securities lost in between 35.04% &12.58% during the last 90 trading days.

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American Intl Group Inc. (NYSE:AIG), the New York based corporation provides insurance and other financial services in over 130 countries worldwide. The stock closed at $28.05 on Wednesday, falling $15.13 or 35.04% in the last 90 trading days.

Hudson City Bancorp (NASDAQ:HCBK), the holding company of Hudson City Savings Bank, provides a wide range of retail banking services. The bank has branches in 10 of the top 50 counties in the United States. Named as one of the best-managed bank for three consecutive years (2007, 2008 and 2009), the regional bank can be expected to turn around. The stock closed at $8.71 on Wednesday, falling $2.69 or 23.6% in the last 90 trading days.

Office Depot (NASDAQ:ODP), the Florida based office supplies retail chain recently announced permanent appointment of its interim CEO Neil Austrian. Austrian has helped make the company’s outlook better since his take over as an interim CEO. The stock closed at $4.05 on Wednesday, falling $1.86 or 31.47% in the last 90 trading days.

KB Home (NYSE:KBH), the homebuilding and financial services company constructs and sells homes across 30 markets in the United States. The financial services leg of the company offers insurance and tittle to homebuyers. The stock closed at $11.83 on Wednesday, falling $3.15 or 21.03% in the last 90 trading days.

Carnival Corp (NYSE:CCL), one of the largest cruise and Vacation Company in the world, has a portfolio of cruise brands such as Holland America Lines, Princess, Seabourn, P&O, Cuncard Line, AIDA, Costa, and Iberocruceros. The stock closed at $37.17 on Wednesday, falling $8.86 or 19.25% in the last 90 trading days.

Fifth Third Bancorp (NASDAQ:FITB), the diversified financial services company offers Commercial Banking, Consumer Banking, Consumer Lending and Investment Services. The company has operations in 12 states in the United States. The stock closed at $12.34 on Wednesday, falling $1.88 or 13.22% in the last 90 trading days.

Cisco Systems Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO), a customer and business needs focused company, designs, manufactures, and sells products related to communications and Information Technology. The company has a world wide presence within the industry. The stock closed at $16.38 on Wednesday, falling $4.39 or 21.14% in the last 90 trading days.

Target (NYSE:TGT), the U.S. based discount retailer, is one of the most admired companies in the world due to their Brand Logo and Company culture. The company is planning to expand to Canada later this year, increasing its global reach. The stock closed at $48.56 Wednesday, falling $6.99 or 12.58% in the last 90 trading days.

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Source: Top 8 Beaten Down Stocks Showing an Uptrend