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Johnson & Johnson, Domino's, Citigroup, Gilead Sciences and JPMorgan 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:

NYSE

Johnson & Johnson, down $2.11 to $97.01

The world’s biggest health care products maker raised its financial outlook but investors worried about competition for its blockbuster hepatitis C treatment Olysio.

Citigroup Inc., up $1.57 to $51.47

The financial services company reported a boost in quarterly profit and said it plans to exit its retail banking business in 11 markets.

Armstrong World Industries Inc., down $2.68 to $46.05

The maker of floors and ceilings cut its financial outlook, citing pressure in Europe and a shifting North American market.

Domino’s Pizza Inc., up $8.58 to $84.30

The pizza delivery chain operator reported better-than-expected third-quarter profit and revenue, partially citing higher volume.

JPMorgan Chase & Co., down 17 cents to $57.99

The banking and financial services company reported a third-quarter profit, but the results fell short of Wall Street expectations.

Nasdaq

Gilead Sciences Inc., down $4.26 to $97.18

The drugmaker gained approval for a new Hepatitis C treatment, but its high price could increase criticism from insurers and officials.

Cerus Corp., up 24 cents to $4.10

The Food and Drug Administration approved expanded access to the biotechnology company’s developing blood treatment system.

American Airlines Group Inc., up $2.93 to $31.51

The airline said that on Oct. 10 it borrowed $750 million in a term loan, which it plans to use for general corporate purposes.