Pitney Bowes and Marathon Oil fall; Pfizer and CVS climb

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


Amplify Snack Brands Inc., down 91 cents to $14.51

The popcorn and tortilla chip maker’s profit and sales fell short of investor forecasts.

Pfizer Inc., up 90 cents to $33.70

The drugmaker raised its profit estimate for the year after it reported strong first-quarter results.

Clorox Co., up $2.47 to $129.43

The consumer products company’s profit and sales were better than analysts expected.

General Motors Co., down 50 cents to $31.25

The automaker said its sales fell in April, partly because it cut low-profit sales to rental car companies.

Pitney Bowes Inc., down $2 to $18.93

The mailing equipment and software company’s results fell short of expectations as its software unit struggled.

Anadarko Petroleum Corp., down $1.85 to $50.10

The oil company’s first-quarter revenue fell by a larger amount than analysts expected.

CVS Health Corp., up $2.47 to $103.92

The drugstore and pharmacy benefits manager said retail expansions and specialty drugs helped its results in the first quarter.


Mylan NV, up 98 cents to $43.69

The generic drugmaker’s quarterly earnings topped Wall Street projections.