Facebook and Dollar General fall while Chevron and Ford rise

NEW YORK, N.Y. – Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday:

Chevron Corp., up $1.73 to $113.29

Energy companies continued to rise as the price of oil extended its rally.

Dollar General Corp., down $3.84 to $73.48

The discount retailer said its business was being hurt by falling prices for some goods and cuts in government food assistance.

Guess Inc., down $1.56 to $13.76

The clothing company slashed its annual guidance as its business in the Americas continues to struggle.

Clarcor Inc., up $12.13 to $82.58

The filtration products maker agreed to be bought by Parker-Hannifin for about $4 billion.

PVH Corp., up $2.05 to $107.99

The owner of the Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger brands raised its guidance after reporting strong results for its international business.

Ford Motor Co., up 47 cents to $12.43

The automaker announced better sales growth in November than analysts had expected.

Bank of America Corp., up 38 cents to $21.50

Bank stocks continued their post-election surge as bond yields and interest rates moved still higher.

Facebook Inc., down $3.32 to $115.10

Technology companies took large losses as the dollar remained around 13-year highs, which could reduce their overseas profits and sales.