NEW YORK, N.Y. – Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:
Alcoa Inc., up 47 cents to $13
Industry analysts raise their price targets for the aluminum maker’s stock after the company weathered a rough patch in the recent quarter.
Harman International Industries Inc., up $1.81 cents to $107.26
After a sharp sell-off of its shares, Raymond James upgraded the lighting and audio company.
Constellation Brands Inc., down 84 cents to $80.64
The beverage seller posted big fourth-quarter profits, fueled by its recent acquisition of Corona beer.
General Motors Co., down 91 cents to $33.62
Morgan Stanley downgraded the Detroit automaker and the sector comes under pressure after another recall, this time from Toyota.
Facebook Inc., up $4.22 to $62.41
The social network’s stock had its second-largest jump of the year after Sheryl Sandberg again insisted that she is staying with the company.
Intuitive Surgical Inc., down $33.20 to $456.64
The medical company warned that its quarterly revenue would be weak, citing less revenue from its da Vinci robotics division.
E-Trade Financial Corp., up $1.20 to $21.18
Bank of America upgraded the online trading platform after a bruising week due to questions about new regulations for markets.
Zogenix Inc., up 22 cents to $2.81
A second day of gains for the pharmaceutical company, which won regulatory approval to sell its controversial prescription painkiller Zohydro.