Anixter, Tesla rise while Wingstop, SL Green fall

NEW YORK — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Thursday:

Anixter International Inc., up $3.55 to $95.65

The supplier of communication and security products agreed to a new buyout offer from private equity firm Clayton, Dubilier and Rice.

Wingstop Inc., down $1.49 to $84.74

The owner of chicken wing restaurants said Chief Operating Officer Lawrence Kruguer will resign as of March 7.

Tesla Inc., up $11.93 to $430.26

The electric car maker will deliver its first China-made Model 3 sedans on Jan. 7, according to a published report.

Pfizer Inc., down 4 cents to $39.14

Major pharmaceutical companies are raising list prices on more than 200 drugs, according to media reports.

Advanced Micro Devices Inc., up $3.24 to $49.10

Shares in the chipmaker and other technology companies rose as the U.S. and China move closer to signing a trade agreement.

Boeing Co., up $7.56 to $333.32

The aircraft maker is focusing on better automation systems to aid pilots, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Duke Energy Corp., down 87 cents to $90.34

The energy company reached a deal with North Carolina to excavate nearly 80 million tons of coal ash at six facilities.

SL Green Realty Corp., down $2.97 to $88.91

Real estate companies lagged the market as investors shifted money away from the safe-play sector.

The Associated Press