NEW YORK, N.Y. – Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:
Eastman Chemical Co., down $4.24 to $77.94
The chemical producer’s lowered outlook overshadowed a solid quarter led by its additives and advanced-materials business.
Cliffs Natural Resources Inc., up $1.41 to $24.99
The international mining company had a strong quarter and also named Barrick Gold’s former CEO as its next chief executive.
Avery Dennison Corp., up $3.69 to $47.74
After removing costs from a $500 million sale of assets in July, the office products company beat expectations for the quarter.
Callaway Golf Co., up $1.44 to $8.70
The golf equipment company’s narrower loss for the quarter topped expectations and it raised its guidance for the year.
Amazon.com Inc., up $31.18 to $363.39
An optimistic revenue forecast from the world’s largest online retailer outshines another quarter of losses due to costs.
Wynn Resorts Ltd., down $4.67 to $168.18
The casino’s shares have jumped almost 50 per cent this year, making it a little rich for Craig-Hallum, which downgraded the stock.
Microsoft Corp., up $2.01 to $35.73
An easy quarterly beat marks a strong start for the software giant, which is undertaking a major overhaul to spark sales.
Zynga Inc., up 19 cents to $3.73
A less-severe loss at the social gaming company raised optimism that it may regain its stride under new CEO Don Mattrick.