AutoZone, Chipotle, Toll Brothers, Outerwall and FireEye are big market movers

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


AutoZone Inc. , up $43.92 to $796.09

The auto parts retailer’s earnings during the fiscal first quarter topped the expectations of Wall Street analysts.

Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc., down $9.51 to $542.24

The chain temporarily closed a Boston restaurant after several college students that ate there reported gastrointestinal symptoms.

Toll Brothers Inc., down $2.64 to $34.88

The home builder reported earnings for its fiscal fourth-quarter that were weaker than what Wall Street analysts expected.

Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd., down $4.35 to $126.13

The railroad revised its takeover bid for Norfolk Southern to try to ease fears that the railroad deal would be shot down by regulators.

The Home Depot Inc., down 9 cents to $133.84

The home improvement retailer expects 2018 revenue to surpass $100 billion. Its shares are up nearly 30 per cent for the year.


Outerwall Inc., down $14.02 to $44.04

The company behind Redbox and Coinstar kiosks cut its outlook and said that its Redbox DVD rental business sunk to a four-year low.

Qualcomm Inc., down $2.95 to $49.48

The EU began anti-trust actions against the chipmaker citing payments made to a customer and low pricing to push out a competitor.

FireEye Inc., up $1.35 to $21.54

Citing stronger demand, a Citi Research analyst raised the computer security software company’s stock to a “Buy” investment rating.