Avon, Norfolk Southern, Chesapeake Energy and Five Below 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:


Avon Products Inc., up 23 cents to $4.22

The beauty products company is talking with Cerberus Capital Management about a potential deal, according to media reports.

Norfolk Southern Corp., down $1.05 to $92.06

The railroad operator rejected Canadian Pacific’s proposal to combine the companies in a deal worth more than $28 billion.

Barnes & Noble Inc., down $2.01 to $10.04

The book retailer reported a loss for its latest quarter, hurt by weakening sales trends at its stores and online.

Chesapeake Energy Corp., down 32 cents to $4.55

Analysts say warm weather in the U.S. is hurting demand for heat and also for stocks of natural gas drillers.


KaloBios Pharmaceuticals Inc., up $1.81 to $31.13

The biotechnology company is raising $8.2 million through a private placement of stock and will use the proceeds for development.

Five Below Inc., up $1.52 to $29.43

The discount retailer reported better-than-expected third-quarter profit and revenue and gave an upbeat outlook.

Trevena Inc., up 52 cents to $12

The biotechnology company’s potential pain drug received special FDA status to help speed up its development and review.

Zumiez Inc. (ZUMZ), up 74 cents to $14.64

The clothing retailer reported better-than-expected revenue and earnings per share for its latest quarter.