Alcoa, GM, Tesla, OpenTable and Lululemon are big market movers

NEW YORK, N.Y. – Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:


General Motors Co., up 11 cents to $35.63

Another recall from the automaker, this time it’s 512,000 Chevrolet Camaros from the 2010 to 2014 model years for ignition switches.

The Charles Schwab Corp., up 41 cents to $26.01

The brokerage announced net new assets of $10.9 billion from new and existing clients and trading stabilized in June.

Alcoa Inc., up 51 cents to $14.52

BMO upgrades the aluminum maker amid increased demand from Detroit automakers and the metal’s proliferation in engineered products.

Cash America International Inc., down $2.23 to $43.55

The downgrades keep coming for the financial services company, with many seeing a growing risk of unfavourable regulatory changes.


OpenTable Inc., up $34.05 to $104.48

Priceline is buying online the restaurant reservation company for $2.6 billion, bringing travel and dining reservations under one roof.

Intel Corp., up $1.91 to $29.87

The world’s largest chipmaker raised its revenue guidance for the second quarter, citing strong corporate demand for personal computers.

Tesla Motors Inc., up $2.90 to $206.42

BMW says it has met with the American electric car maker to talk about a possible collaboration on electric vehicle technology.

Lululemon Athletica Inc., up 36 cents to $37.61

The yoga gear retailer is trading near three-year lows after four more analysts issue downgrades following a dour outlook.