SunEdison, Urban Outfitters, Medtronic, Nokia and JA Solar 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:


SunEdison Inc., up $4.87 to $21.48

The solar energy company and its subsidiary TerraForm Power are buying wind energy company First Wind for more than $1.9 billion.

Medtronic Inc., up $3.28 to $72.47

The medical device maker reported second-quarter profit that met Wall Street expectations on better-than-expected revenue results.

Nokia Corp., up 26 cents to $7.93

The technology and equipment company launched a new tablet computer that would compete with Apple Inc.’s iPad and other products.

The Home Depot Inc., down $2.05 to $95.98

The home improvement retailer reaffirmed its outlook, but warned it could not account for all losses related to a data breach.


Urban Outfitters Inc., down $2.04 to $28.79

The clothing and apparel retailer reported worse-than-expected financial results on weak performance by its namesake brand.

JA Solar Holdings Co., up 69 cents $8.49

The solar power products company reported better-than-expected quarterly results fueled by an increase in demand.

Canadian Solar Inc., up 99 cents to $27.36

The solar power company announced a deal to provide modules for projects in Georgia that will be completed in December.