Exxon, Smith & Wesson, Canadian Solar and Bob Evans are big market movers

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


Brown-Forman Corp., up $3.10 to $87.11

The liquor and wine company raised its full-year outlook after sales of Jack Daniel’s gave it shot during the third quarter.

Federal Signal Corp., up $1.19 to $14.33

The company that produces everything from street sweepers to tollbooth technology had a five-fold jump in quarterly profit.

Exxon Mobil Corp., down $2.72 to $93.80

The world’s biggest publicly traded oil company said it will cut capital spending by 6 per cent this year and overall production will be flat.

Honeywell International Inc., up 6 cents to $94.66

The conglomerate released its five-year plan, saying it expects sales to increase organically by as much as $12 billion.


Smith & Wesson Holding Corp., up $1.94 to $13.74

The gunmaker surprised Wall Street with a very strong quarter after sales growth at rival Sturm, Ruger appeared to trail off.

FuelCell Energy Inc., up 42 cents to $3.13

A deal with Wal-Mart to provide fuel cells for its forklifts continues to drive shares of the alternative energy company higher.

Canadian Solar Inc., down $4.65 to $39.02

Harsh winter storms are slowing the construction of power plants and the solar company warned that it may affect revenue.

Bob Evans Farms Inc., down $4.23 to $47.51

Another company citing terrible weather, the restaurant missed third-quarter earnings estimates and cut its outlook for 2014.