Carnival, Walt Disney, Walgreen, Sonic and Luxottica 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:


Walgreen Co., up $2.11 to $66.42

Wall Street looked past a quarterly earnings miss, focusing instead on rising sales at established stores and bigger sales receipts.

Carnival Corp., down $1.98 to $38.02

Rising costs are weighing on the world’s largest cruise ship operator, which told investors to expect a loss this quarter.

The Walt Disney Co., up 6 cents to $79.55

Chasing younger viewers, the entertainment company agreed to spend $500 million acquiring YouTube channel operator Maker Studio.

Alpha Natural Resources Inc., down 18 cents to $4.34

Jefferies & Co. downgrades the coal miner, citing weak demand and the potential for falling natural gas prices.

Luxottica Group SpA, up $2.34 to $56.20

The Italian eyewear maker will create designs for Google Glass, which the company says could help produce annual growth of 5 to 10 per cent.


G-III Apparel Group Ltd., down $2.67 to $71.79

The clothing retailer’s fourth-quarter net income and revenue fell short of Wall Street’s expectations.

Sonic Corp., up $2.31 to $23.23

The drive-in restaurant chain said that its net income and a key sales figure rose during its second quarter, despite bad weather.

James River Coal Co., down 2 cents to 80 cents

The miner received a compliance notice from the Nasdaq stock exchange, which cited its stock price and a late securities filing.