Twitter, Oramed, T-Mobile, Clean Energy Fuels and are big market movers

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


Twitter Inc., up $3.35 to $73.31

The stock has surged 76 per cent this month and has nearly tripled since the microblogging social network went public in November.

T-Mobile US Inc., up 74 cents to $32.93

There are reports that Japan’s SoftBank wants to buy the wireless carrier. SoftBank bought most of Sprint for $21.6 billion this summer.

Barclays PLC, up 11 cents to $17.82

An industry watchdog fined a unit of the British bank $3.75 million for improper record keeping.

Hhgregg Inc., down 38 cents to $14.57

The home appliance and electronics retailer said its CFO is leaving and named a temporary replacement.

Nasdaq Inc., up $5.19 to $404.39

The online retailer said it had a strong holiday shopping season and has tens of millions of Amazon Prime members.

Oramed Pharmaceuticals Inc., down $3.19 to $11.81

The Israeli drug maker is selling 1.6 million shares for $10 each and will use the money to develop its drugs.

Eagle Rock Energy Partners L.P., down 14 cents to $6.21

Raymond James says the natural gas company that has been punished all year by investors has positioned itself for a rebound.

Clean Energy Fuels Corp., down 61 cents to $12.83

Raymond James sees a rough patch for the provider of natural gas fuels for transportation, citing its “high cost structure.”