NEW YORK, N.Y. – Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:
Anadarko Petroleum Corp., up $2.03 to $101.05
The energy company reached a $5.15 billion settlement over numerous sites contaminated by Tronox, which it acquired in 2006.
CarMax Inc., down $2 to $45.56
The used car retailer posted a 7 per cent decline in fourth-quarter earnings after it was forced to right an accounting correction.
Philip Morris International Inc., up 53 cents to $82.81
Cigarette production in the Netherlands is being halted by the tobacco company as the economy and health concerns drag on sales.
GameStop Corp., down $1.55 to $42.84
BB&T Capital says Wal-Mart’s entry into the used game market is stumbling, which doesn’t hurt the video game retailer at all.
Mylan Inc., up 77 cents to $50.63
The Swedish drug company Meda rejected a takeover bid from the generic drug maker Mylan and talks between the two have ended.
Potbelly Corp., up 82 cents to $17.94
A sharp decline in shares combined with better same-store sales make the sandwich maker a good buy, according to William Blair.
Halozyme Therapeutics Inc., down $3.16 to $8.43
The biopharmaceutical has temporarily halted enrolment in the Phase 2 trial of its drug PEGPH20, used to treat pancreatic cancer.
E-TRADE Financial Corporation, down $1.74 to $20.43
The buzz is fading over a new book on high-frequency and Goldman Sachs posts some disconcerting numbers on payment order flows.